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Deaf Services – Case Management

Through partnerships, we offer case management services for individual who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, have significant hearing loss and are at risk of becoming institutionalized or losing their independence due to communication barriers. This includes persons likely to be placed in an institution or nursing home; persons of racial and ethnic minorities or… Read more Deaf Services – Case Management

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Now Offering Neuropsychological Evaluations

Taking New Patients Our pediatric neuropsychologist Dr. Andrea Moreau-O’Donnell specializes in working with children and adolescents with a range of neurological, medical and neurodevelopmental disorders. She is accepting new patients from families who have concerns related to their child’s learning and cognitive functioning. Dr. Moreau-O’Donnell earned her BA degree in psychology from Lehigh University and her… Read more Now Offering Neuropsychological Evaluations

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Scanning Project – Historical Significance for City

Collaborative Effort The Indianapolis Public Library recently launched a Digital Indy collection that contains downloadable items – some of which date from 1853. This collection was made possible by a $1.8 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation to acquire and digitize more than 430,000 pages of Indianapolis… Read more Scanning Project – Historical Significance for City

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Summer Enrichment Strategies for your Child

Emmaleigh Badeaux, MA, and Tracy Gale, PsyD, HSPP, Easterseals Crossroads School might not be in session, but your children still have access to their favorite teacher – you! As a parent, you are uniquely qualified to teach your child in ways that he/she will enjoy. You can use your extensive knowledge of your child’s interests… Read more Summer Enrichment Strategies for your Child

Meet our CampAbility Lead Counselor Staff

CampAbility is a day camp for children with disabilities who are ages 4 – 10. Campers enjoy many of the traditional camp experiences, which include horseback riding, outdoor play, crafts, games, field trips and more. CampAbility relies heavily on the skills and creativity of our counselors – individuals who dedicate themselves to providing experiences that will… Read more Meet our CampAbility Lead Counselor Staff