We work with children with autism spectrum disorders up to the age of 13. We specialize in providing early intervention, personalized and intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Speech & OT programs. Our early intensive intervention programs (EIBI) are designed to help children learn skills across many different developmental domains in order to be happy and successful in any environment, whether that be in the home, community or the classroom. Whether your child was just recently diagnosed or has been in a traditional school setting but unable to make adequate progress, we deeply believe every child is capable of learning with the right programming in place. We are positive our dedicated and talented team can make a difference. Locations in Broad Ripple, Westfield and Avon
1025 E 54th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220
HANDS in Autism® works to provide unique learning opportunities designed to improve understanding of the process and ability to work with individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and a range of other developmental and behavioral challenges through hands-on and coaching experiences and building bridges of information, resources and collaboration across family, educational, medical and community systems. The Center provides innovative, research-based, and practical training and technical support to school staff, medical and service providers, primary caregivers, and individuals with ASD within Indiana and globally based on the HANDS training model. The HANDS in Autism® Center also focuses on identifying and meeting specific community needs as well as fostering: collaboration and networking across medical, school, family, and community settings; reciprocal sharing of information within and across communities; increased dissemination and awareness of resources and information; and increased training opportunities within, relevant to, and informed by the specific community.
1130 W Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (Fesler Hall 302)
Impact 2818 is the camping ministry of the Indiana Conference UMC with 6 camp locations in Indiana. We invite your children and family to join a camp experience that has an eternal value developing spiritual identity, life-long impact building character and personality, and opportunities for adventures, firsts, accomplishments, and victories. Impact 2818 has six Hoosier church camp locations for children and youth from kindergarten through graduating seniors, as well as family camps and adult special needs camps. Our church camps provide encouraging communities and challenge by choice adventures that help campers find victories and celebrations in personal discovery and physical obstacles. Each year over 1,000 volunteers lead our campers as counselors and guides at camp. Volunteers are passionate followers of Christ, and undergo intensive volunteer screening and training. They care deeply for youth and about children discovering that Christ is about hope and not judgment.
Various Camp Locations
Dr. Satterfield-Siegel is a Board Certified Pediatric Dentist specializing in providing dental care for infants, children and patients that have special needs. We provide routine dental care, fillings, in office sedations and hospital dentistry for all of our patients. We build long-lasting relationships with our families through active listening and understanding. New patients are welcomed!
10801 N. Michigan Raod, Suite 210 46077
Western Styled Parties Agape offers children with special needs, their friends and family a safe environment to celebrate birthdays or any life accomplishment. Celebrate events by riding horses under certified instructor supervision in a heated, indoor arena or on wooded trails. Children also create horse related crafts to take home. Various packages are available.
24970 E 95th, Cicero, IN 46034
The Applied Behvior Center for Autism is Indiana’s largest ABA therapy provider with 7 different facilities throughout the state. Each of our centers offers unique attributes that allow us to provide high-quality treatment ro children and teens with autsim. With nearly 20 years in the industry, ABC is truly building brighter futures every say. In addition to two Indianapolis locations, we have locations in Carmel, Greenwood, Richmond and Terre Haute. Early Childhood Center 7857 E. 88th St. Indianapolis, IN 46256 Phone: 317-849-5437 Greenwood Center 374 Meridian Parke Lane Greenwood, IN 46142 Phone: 317-889-5437 Indianapolis West Center 6865 Parkdale Place Indianapolis, IN 46254 Phone: 317-299-5437 Richmond Center 4440 Garwood Place Richmond, IN 47374 Phone: 765-987-5437 Terre Haute Center 1341 Ohio Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 Phone: 812-478-5437
BACA uses the principles and procedures of ABA to teach language, social, self-help, academic, daily living and life skills to individuals with autism and related disorders BACA was established in 2009 by Carl Sundberg, Ph. D, BACA-D and a group of highly trained BCBA’s. Located in Fishers, Zionsville and Elkhart, IN.
9929 E. 126th St. Fishers, IN 46038
We work with you! BehaviorWorks provides Early Intervention, Autism, and Indiana Medicaid Waiver Behavior Support Services. BehaviorWorks is a team you can grow with. We use the evidence-based strategies of ABA to create effective behavioral solutions. Are you looking for a fresh perspective? Take action for positive change with BehaviorWorks!
618 N. High School Road, Suite A Indianapolis, IN 46215
Camp Crosstraining: A fun, entertaining, and safe opportunity for your child this summer. This is a spectacular summer daycare with a camp atmosphere. Camp provides breakfast and snacks. Our counselors are college students, majoring in education, ministry or just having a heart for kids! Activites include: crafts, organized games, group activities, weekly field trips (such as swimming, bowling, hiking trails, Mini Golf, skating, movies, etc.), special guests, free time, & educational activities. Date: Monday – Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The camp runs through June 5- July 21 Special Needs: options available after assesment and meeting with director Ages: Finished Kindergarten- 5th grade SPRINGHILL: SpringHill is one of a kind experience makes camp accessible and affordable for families without skimping or sacrificing the traditional camp experience. SpringHill is a one-week, all-day camp for kids ages kindergarten-fifth grade hosted at Ben Davis Christian Church. A day camp includes small group Bible teaching, high-energy large group sessions, and adventure activities such as archery, bungee trampoline, camp songs, climbing wall, crafts, and more. Your children are bound to be impacted by the ministry of SpringHill in one positive way or another. The price is $125 for the first 100 campers (the full […]
701 S. High School Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46241
Briezy’s Bunch is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that aims to make an impact in the lives of those affected by epilepsy by providing financial assistance, emotional support, and educational resources.
By Your Side is dedicated to meeting the needs of individuals on the autism spectrum and their family. We understand that autism is a complex disorder and effective treatment requires a comprehensive approach specifically designed to meet the needs of the individual as well as the family. We provide a language-based therapy approach in a variety of settings with a multidisciplinary team of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, board certified behavior analysts and support staff. Our dedicated team has expertise in the four hallmark characteristics of autism: communication, social interactions, maladaptive behaviors, and sensory.
1108 S. 9th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
CTC’s Speech Therapy, Social Skills and Gross Motor Playgroups focus on improving communication skills, peer interactions and gross motor development in structured small group settings. Our comprehensive approach uses a variety of techniques to best meet your child’s needs. The CTC Playgroups are an excellent supplement to your child’s current therapy program! Children will be enrolled on a first come, first served basis. Ratios are kept low to allow each child individual attention and instruction, so space is limited! Please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website or follow us on Facebook for additional details.
7478 Shadeand Station Way, Indianapolis, IN 46256
Collaborating for Kids, a family-centered company, empowers children to achieve personalized goals through collaboration with each child’s therapy team, parents, teachers, and caregivers. Collaborating for Kids believes in providing a fun, creative, and enriching environment to foster the maximum growth and development in your child. Our team of experienced, motivated, and friendly therapists focuses on incorporating skill-building activities into the daily lives of the child and family. We also equip our parents by providing education, resources, and support systems to ensure therapeutic activities and progress are carried over into the family’s daily routine. Indiana First Steps Agency Outpatient Therapy Applied Behavior Analysis Individual & Family Counseling Bloomington Clinic: 640 South Walker St., Bloomington, IN 47403 Contact: 812-650-4804
1701 Library Blvd. Suite A Greenwood, IN 46142
Damar Services provides community-based and residential treatment, education, training and other services to more than 1,450 children, adults and families facing the developmental and behavioral challenges associated with autism and intellectual disabilities. From its main campus on Indianapolis’ southwest side, a northeast-side ABA Autism Services clinic and other locations across the state, Damar offers programs and services that include: Community Living and Support Services; Damar Foster Care Services, a licensed, not-for-profit child placement agency serving central Indiana children and families; the Damar Academy and Damar Charter Academy schools; family respite services; Damar DNA, a program that helps business offer welcoming environments for members of the community with special needs; and more.
6067 Decatur Blvd, Indianapoils, IN 46241
Our mission is to provide the highest quality ABA Therapy and supporting Speech Therapy to children, adolescents, and young adults with Autism in their natural environments. We utilize the most effective research-based behavior interventions and specialize in maximizing learning opportunities and outcomes. We work closely with parents, family members, educators, and behavioral staff to provide training and support in order to make the most significant impact for the individuals we serve. Locations in Fishers & Greensburg; we offer in home, school, clinic and community-based ABA therapies.
9780 Lantern Rd. Ste. 130 Fishers, IN 46037
The Discovery Child Development Center has received National Accreditation from the National Accreditation Council and Commission (NECPA). This National Accreditation earns the Discovery Child Development Center a Level 4 Paths to Quality Score. Paths to Quality is Indiana’s statewide rating system for early care and education programs. Paths to Quality is a free resource to help families make informed decisions and to help early care and education providers improve the quality of their programs. You can be sure our Center’s highest rating rests on our commitment to provide your child with high-quality child care and education. At the Discovery Child Development Center your child’s well being is our priority. We provide a loving, nurturing and safe environment where your children receive the highest quality of care and education. -Quality child care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. -Preschool education services. -Nutritious breakfast, lunch and two snacks planned and prepared by JMH -Nutrition Services Department. -Exceptionally clean environment provided by JMH Environmental Services Department. -Field trips and special visitors provided several times each year.
1125 W. JEFFERSON ST. FRANKLIN, IN 46131
Offering comprhensive disability services for people of all ages. Early Intervention, Austism services, PT, OT, Speech Therapy, feeding/ swallowing issues, Augmentative communication, Assistive Technology, Multi-sensory Therapy Rooms, Summer Camps, Life/Social Skill Groups, Deaf community services, Austim Family Resource center.
4740 Kingsway Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46205
eSpecial Needs was started in 2002 in St. Louis, Missouri. Resources for children with special needs were difficult to find and parents more often had to rely on school districts to supply them with therapeutic devices, which could be used at home. I experienced this first hand when my son was diagnosed with autism in 1999 due to significant delays in language. Our mission is to make life easier for parents, more enriching for children, and more enjoyable for the entire family. Our goal is to provide children with special needs and their parents with the very finest products available. We continue to search the world over for innovative, hard to find, high-quality products, and then rigorously test them for performance and value. We take pride in offering outstanding customer service, true shopping convenience, and a complete guarantee on every item we sell. At eSpecial Needs, we want our customers to keep coming back, as their children grow. Our product line has expanded exponentially as each year we add new and improved products. Play is a child’s most important work and eSpecial Needs continues to be the leader in special needs products and therapeutics devices. Innovation and a passion for […]
Hopebridge Pediatric Specialists offers a wide range of outpatient services designed to meet the needs of children requiring behavioral diagnosis and applied behavioral analysis (ABA), physical, occupational, feeding, and speech treatments in both home and school settings. It has clinics in Kokomo, Marion, Ft. Wayne and Greenwood. Pediatricians and schools across Indiana trust Hopebridge for its expertise in treating neurological, genetic, sensory processing, and feeding disorders; language delays; and behavioral concerns. Children with special needs require extraordinary, individualized care and Hopebridge
Horsepowered Learning Services is a therapeutic riding program in Greenfield, Indiana with an emphasis on equine assisted learning. Equine assisted learning means using horses to help develop academic and social skills. Many children with special needs find it difficult to learn academic skills in a traditional classroom environment. Riding a horse provides significant sensory input to those children, which allows them to relax, breathe, and focus their attention on mastering academic skills.