Statewide Meetings Culminate in Final Report from Disabilities Task Force

by sycamore122

On Thursday, November 1, Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch submitted the final report of the Task Force for Assessment of Services and Supports for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to the Indiana General Assembly. “It is my great pleasure to share with the public and the Indiana General Assembly the final report, entitled, Comprehensive State Plan on Community…



Danielle’s Passion Shines Through

by sycamore122

Three months ago, with the help of her Employment Consultant Megan Donovan, Danielle found a job that she loves at the Hendricks Regional Health YMCA. Danielle is an Activity Leader for the Before and After School Program. Danielle assists in the afternoon with checking in students via an iPad, plans and integrates new learning activities, plans…



Awesome Westside Advocates

by sycamore122

Awesome Westside Advocates is a member group of Self-Advocates of Indiana who are under the auspices of Sycamore Services. AWA has six officers who meet to plan activities of the group; meetings are open to other members if interested. Each month, there is at least one major activity planned around other community events.   A…



Nick is Working Hard

by sycamore122

Nick at Work

Nick has worked at Taco Bell in Avon since February of 2018. He works as a crew member assisting with food preparation for the hot bar and fried foods. Nick went to Taco Bell at the end of January to fill out an application with his Employment Consultant, Megan Donovan. After turning in his application,…



Leroy Finds His Passion

by sycamore122

Leroy at work

Since May 2018, Leroy has been working as a Dietary Aide at the Village of Avon. Lee Wilhite, Leroy’s Employment Consultant, set up an opportunity for Leroy to job shadow at the Village of Avon. Leroy knew coming in that with Lee’s help, and his own experience of working in the kitchen that he would definitely…



Teal Pumpkins

by sycamore122

Have you ever seen a teal pumpkin for Halloween and wondered what it meant? The Teal Pumpkin Project ™ began in 2012 to promote awareness of food allergies (teal is the chosen color of food allergy awareness) by offering non-food items as Halloween treats. This project has since expanded, now promoting inclusion of all children…



Social Security Benefits to Increase in 2019

by sycamore122

The Social Security Administration announced that Social Security Benefits will increase in 2019 due to increased cost of living. As cost of living increases, the cost-of-living adjustment increases the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefit. The Social Security Administration will send cost of living adjustment notices to beneficiaries in December. Click here for more information.



Ben is Gaining Skills and Responsibilities

by sycamore122

Since April 2018, Ben has been working at Hamilton Pointe, a skilled nursing facility in Evansville. Alice Cooper, Ben’s Employment Consultant, took Ben to Hamilton Pointe for a situation assessment, allowing him to job shadow as a dishwasher. The following week, Ben went back in to be observed by a manager. He was offered a job…



Anna is Reaching Her Goals

by sycamore122

Anna at work

When Anna came to Sycamore Services, almost 10 years ago, she was shy, quiet, and a little unsure of herself. Anna began attending the Martinsville Day Services program to increase her social skills. Part of what she learned in the Day program was how to set her own goals and, most importantly, how to achieve…



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