Sycamore Services Announces ABA Services Logo

by Claire Rutledge

DANVILLE — Sycamore Services Inc., a non-profit organization serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 1961, announces the unveiling of the ABA Opportunity Center logo. The logo is the symbol of the past and future of Sycamore Services and those who will be served by the new programming and resources.  Sycamore Services looks forward…

Sycamore Services, Purdue Extension work to improve participants’ health 

by Claire Rutledge

By Matthew Kent  Development & Communications Specialist   Enhancing the quality of life for participants with intellectual and developmental disabilities is at the core of Sycamore Services’ mission. The Purdue Extension office in Morgan County is playing an important role with a focus on helping participants learn about nutrition and how to eat healthier, said…

Sycamore Services receives $102K grant for jobs training program

by Claire Rutledge

DANVILLE — Sycamore Services Inc., a non-profit organization that serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has been awarded $102,000 in grant funding from United Way of Central Indiana that will provide financial support to participants involved in a jobs training program.   Sycamore Services plans to use the UWCI funding through its Social Innovation Fund to provide stipends and transportation assistance to participants involved with the Work Experience Program. The program,…

Vaccination Clinic November 8th

by Claire Rutledge

Sycamore Services, in conjunction with Hendricks Regional Health will provide a COVID-19 (Initial and Booster) Vaccination Clinic. Date: November 8, 2021 Clinic Start Time: 5:00pm (EDT) Location: Sycamore Services Headquarters – 1001 Sycamore Lane, Danville, IN 46122   Please complete the registration and insurance information for each person receiving a vaccine. Anyone meeting criteria will…

Evansville Family Raising Autism Awareness Through Art

by Claire Rutledge

Sycamore Services, Inc. has been honored to serve the Payne family through our Evansville-Vanderburgh County office.  To watch and read how Deleah is making a difference through her art, advocacy, and entrepreneurial spirit as covered by local news, visit–575318091.html?fbclid=IwAR0iDIxiNFN7tFOL077H7pE-gQdwEpgeg5cTeArqBm83JmNkPKWEUBOJ5qk. 

Public Hearing: Proposed lending library in Hendricks County

by Claire Rutledge

Hendricks County Commissioners and Sycamore Services Inc. will hold a public hearing regarding a proposed lending library for individuals with disabilities in Hendricks County through the Community Connections for People with Disabilities grant, a supplemental Coronavirus Community Development Block Grant program. All interested parties are welcome to attend and provide comments about the proposal. When:…

Registration Open at League of Miracles

by sycamore122

It is baseball season! Batter Up! Registration is open for the summer at League of Miracles, a sport complex specifically designed for people with disabilities, and their famlies, to participate in recreational opportunities. Their accessible baseball field is made entirely of rubber and is located three miles east of Mooresville. To learn more, see:

COVID-19 vaccine available to individuals 45 and older

The state of Indiana has opened up eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to individuals 45 and older.  You can also find links at the bottom to schedule an appointment near you. COVID-19 vaccines are available free of charge and you do not need health insurance to receive the vaccine. All Sycamore Services staff members are also eligible to receive…

Vaccine eligibility for individuals with disabilities receiving home-and community-based waiver services 

by sycamore122

  Indiana Family & Social Services Administration shared the following news today:  Vaccine eligibility for individuals with disabilities receiving home-and community-based waiver services  Late yesterday, the Indiana Department of Health announced that individuals with disabilities ages 16 – 49 who receive home-and community-based waiver services are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. This includes…

Mass Vaccination Clinics for Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

by sycamore122

The Indiana Department of Health announced that it has partnered with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, University of Notre Dame and Ivy Tech Community College to host three mass vaccination clinics to help eligible Hoosiers receive a free COVID-19 vaccine. Hoosiers age 55 and older are now eligible to receive a free vaccine. The mass vaccination clinics…

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

by sycamore122

COVID-19 vaccines are now available to select members of the public, such as healthcare workers and individuals  65 and older, and will soon be available to a wider audience. If you would like to learn more about the vaccine, click here to view informative slides from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Click…

New BDDS Gateway & Online Application Available

by sycamore122

The Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services’ (BDDS) mission is “To connect people with disabilities and their families to resources and supports to live their best life.” As part of ongoing efforts to achieve this mission, BDDS is excited to announce the launch of the BDDS Gateway. The BDDS Gateway provides the opportunity for individuals and…

COVID-19 Vaccine Q & A

by sycamore122

Scott Phillips, MD, FACS, FAAOA, spent time via Zoom call with Sycamore Services directors to answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.  Below are questions and answers from Dr. Phillips.  Q: People have expressed concerns about taking a “new” vaccine. Is the new COVID-19 vaccine safe? A: The “new” Covid vaccine is really not entirely new. It is built…

Sycamore Services to Host COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Individuals Served

by sycamore122

In cooperation with Hendricks Regional Health, Sycamore Services will begin a pilot vaccine program hosting one of two COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the State of Indiana that will specifically serve individuals with disabilities and their staff. Initial vaccination efforts will focus on individuals living in congregate settings and will later expand to include others. Days and times for vaccines will be limited and the first group in the pilot program will…

Hoosiers Age 80 & Older Now Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

by sycamore122

 Hoosiers age 80 and older have been selected to be among the ­first to receive the COVID-19 vaccine because they are at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. The vaccine provides another level of protection to keep them and loved ones safe. Visit to fi­nd a vaccination site near you. Please sign up! Here…

National Core Indicators Project and Survey Information

by sycamore122

The Bureau of Quality Improvement Services has participated in the National Core Indicators project since 2012. The NCI project is a collaboration between the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services and the Human Services Research Institute. NCI is utilized across 46 states to assess the quality and outcomes of developmental disability services…

Tips for Making the Holidays Safer

by sycamore122

As you make plans for celebrating the holidays, we encourage you to think about ways to celebrate safely and limit your risk of exposure to COVID-19. Transmission of the virus is high in all communities served by Sycamore Services, so please be safe and protect yourself and those around you this holiday season. Here are…

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1001 Sycamore Lane
P.O. Box 369
Danville, IN 46122-1474

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