The Pediatric Outpatient Center (POC) serves children birth to 5 years old. POC is comprised of pediatric therapists that provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy to families in Madison County and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to help your child reach their greatest potential. Our therapists use a play-based approach which makes learning fun. We accept Medicaid and most private insurance plans.
Our Autism Clinic provides diagnostic evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We see children ages 2 through 5 years old, to evaluate social and emotional development, communication, thinking and problem-solving ability, adaptive skills and behavior. Autism evaluations can be initiated by parents or through a referral from your child’s pediatrician. The Autism Clinic can determine if your insurance covers the evaluation prior to scheduling an assessment.
Early Intervention is a program that provides services to children from birth to 3 years old who have significant developmental delays or are diagnosed with mental or physical conditions which have a high probability of developmental delays. Services may include special instruction, speech therapy, physical therapy, and other types of service based on the needs of the child and family.
Securing Supports for New Hires
The Arc@Work partners with our corporate clients, local talent sourcing organizations, and state governments to ensure that each individual in need of workplace accommodations is accounted for and that their needs are met.
Achieving Cultural and Financial ROI
As with all business decisions, the success and sustainability of a disability hiring project can be measured in part by its return on investment. The Arc@Work supports our corporate clients in creating strategies to achieve and measure financial ROI as well as creating branding and external messaging strategies to promote our clients’ disability inclusive work culture.
TalentScout gives you the tools and insight to create a culture of inclusion – and build higher levels of productivity in the workplace. The toolkit content has been vetted by people with autism, and it includes their first-hand accounts and insights as job applicants and employees.