We are pleased to share these important links and resources for clients and their families as a part of our mission to create options for people with disabilities. If you have a resource you think might be good for us to share, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!
Click the link above to see different resources to help with stress regarding employees with health insurance coverage, Employee Assistance Program, free online resources and local resources for IU Students, faculty & staff.
BTAccess is Bloomington’s transportation service for people with disabilities who are unable to utilize Bloomington’s fixed-route system. This service is low cost and riders can be accommodated by a Personal Care attendant for free. An application must be completed demonstrating proof of eligibility. Fill out an application here.
This website provides information on how to request a reasonable accommodation for programs within the Parks and Recreation Department. Also provided is information on how to get involved in Monroe County Special Olympics.
Fogerty Music Therapy provides services such as individual and group music therapy, adapted music lessons, classes and clubs. Clients do not need to have a musical background to benefit from these services, anyone can do it and it’s fun for everyone!
Located inside the Bloomington Center for Connection (Tan building with a red roof), Stearns Music Therapy provides individual and group music therapy, as well as a drop-in clinic to de-stress.
Indiana University’s outdoor center provides experiential and therapeutic outdoor programs to people of all ages and abilities. Bradford Woods provides a multitude of services such as camps, retreats, team building activities, recreational therapy, and school programs.
Collaborative Behavior Solutions provides family focused in-home Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and wrap-around services for individuals with autism in Indianapolis and surrounding areas.
PALS provides therapeutic horseback riding sessions and unmounted horsemanship activities for people with disabilities, veterans, senior citizens, and at-risk youth.
Unlocking the Spectrum provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) interventions children on the Autism spectrum. These interventions involve individualized treatment plans, skills assessments, in-home consultations that emphasize family involvement in the treatment plan, functional analyses, and more.
Classes for our Community
LifeDesigns offers Red Cross “First Responder” Adult, Child, and Infant CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and First Aid certification. The cost is $70/person, but we offer discounted rates for groups over five. The certification is good for two years. Participants may choose to attend at our office, or we can go to you. Please call our office for scheduling!