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ARC Opportunities, Inc.

Last Update:12/8/2017
Contact:
Title:
Address:0235 W 300 N
Howe, IN 46746
County:LaGrange
Phone:260-463-2653
Toll Free:
Fax:260-463-2046
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:www.arcopportunities.org
Mission
To protect and support individuals with disabilities and to develop their potential within our unique community.
Program Description

Children's Services:

Early Intervention - Early Intervention is a combination of services, supports and extra efforts aimed at preventing or minimizing developmental delays in infants and toddlers.

Infant Monitoring Program - This program is a free monitoring program for all children from birth to age three. A questionnaire is mailed to all participating families every four months for self evaluation of their child's developmental progress. This questionnaire helps to reassure parents that their child's development is on target.

First Steps - First Steps is a collaboration with Children's Special Health Care Services established to expand access to information and a variety of services for children with disabilities, developmental delays or special health care needs. First Steps also assists families in locating and accessing various funding options that are available to infants, toddlers and children up to age 21.

Adult Services:

Assessment Services - These services are designed to help consumers make decisions about their future goals.

Supported Employment - Offers several types of supported employment through Sheltered Workshops, Community-Based Sheltered Workshops, and Supported Employment.

 

Financial
Services
Employment/Supported Employment
First Steps/Early Intervention
Group Homes
Transition to Adulthood
Counties Serviced
LaGrange
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