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Project Search Graduates it 2019 Class

by sycamore122

Sycamore Services would like to congratulate this year’s Project Search class on the successful completion of their program! Eleven young adults celebrated their Project Search graduation with a ceremony on April 25 at the Indiana Statehouse.  Sycamore Services has partnered with Project Search in a unique school-to-work transition program that takes place entirely in the workplace. During…



Camp Can Do

by sycamore122

  Camp Can Do, a summer camp for teens on the autism spectrum, is coming soon! Campers ages 13-19 will enjoy traditional camp activities led by trained and qualified staff. A variety of activities is incorporated in an engaging and motivating environment. Check out the flyer above for more info!



Cornerstone Pediatric Services Moving to New Location

by sycamore122

Cornerstone Pediatric Services, a subsidiary of Sycamore Services, Inc., will be moving to a new location at 2411 E. Main Street, Danville, IN, in late April. The new facility will offer therapy rooms where parents can watch sessions, and an activity room for physical and occupational therapy.  Cornerstone Pediatric Services focuses on support for children and their…



League of Miracles Ready for New Season

by sycamore122

League of Miracles is preparing for its new season and welcoming new players with special needs. First games start June 8. All players are welcome. The League is also in need of volunteers for concessions or other opportunities. If you, or a Sycamore Services program participant you work with, is interested in being involved with the…



Sensory Garden Volunteer Day

by sycamore122

Do you need some volunteer hours? Sycamore Services has an opportunity for you! Sycamore Services is developing a sensory garden and will be continuing work on the garden on May 9th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The sensory garden will be a place for peaceful enjoyment of the outdoors, where scents, colors, textures and…



Are you ready to join Book Club?

by sycamore122

Sycamore Services staff member, Jaimie Riechman has helped one of her program participants, Lindsey, start a book club which meets on the first Friday of every month! At Book Club, participants discuss what they liked and disliked about the book they read and what book they should read next. Currently there are only two individuals…



Sycamore Services Granted 3-Year Accreditation from State Agency 

by sycamore122

  Sycamore Services, Inc., has achieved a 3-year accreditation status from the Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services (DDRS) under Indiana’s Family & Social Services Administration. The 36-month re-approval is the longest re-approval term that DDRS grants waiver-service agencies in Indiana.   Sycamore’s achievement of a longer re-approval period is due to the State’s recognition of…



Future Doctor, Gregory

by sycamore122

  Gregory has a form of Autism called Asperger’s, making him exceptionally book smart, but unable to pick up on social cues. Greg tends to adjust to any social situation like a chameleon. For example, if he’s around small children, he will behave like a small child; if he is around adults in professional roles,…



Captain Parker

by sycamore122

For the last 2 years, Parker has been receiving Employment Services from Sycamore Services. She also does work studies through Martinsville High School, and she spends time working at the library, the fire station, and Flowers by Dewey, but her main job is at Walgreen’s! The job at Walgreen’s started off as a work studies…



Wings of Golf Ends

by sycamore122

After 15 wonderful years, the organizers of the annual Wings of Golf event and its partners will no longer host the annual Wings of Golf outing in 2019 and beyond. New visions and changing business climates lead all parties involved to make this difficult decision. During its history, Wings of Golf raised more than $725,000…



March is Disability Awareness Month

by sycamore122

March is Disability Awareness Month and Sycamore Services is celebrating by raising awareness about this year’s theme, “Be Cool. We Are.” According to the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities, the goal of Disability Awareness Month is to promote the independence, integration and inclusion of all people with disabilities. The 2019 campaign theme reminds…



David Loves Post Masters

by sycamore122

With the help of two Employment Consultants, David has been a successful employee since 2002. He started off as a Dietary Aide in the kitchen at Harrison Retirement Center and worked there for 12 years. After that, he was a Community Intern at IU West Hospital, stocking medical carts in the ICU. Two and a…



We Will Miss You, Dan

by sycamore122

Sycamore Services is mourning the loss of Dan Perrin, a long-time member of our Work Center crew, who passed away recently. Dan was originally from Tipton, Indiana, and was one of 10 children in his family. Dan moved to Hendricks County 17 years ago and has been part of Sycamore’s family since that time. Dan…



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

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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,…



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Danville, IN 46122-1474

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