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Adult Challenger Baseball League Seeking Volunteers

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The Adult Challenger Baseball League is currently seeking volunteer buddies for the fall season. Buddies will assist adults with disabilities in playing baseball. Participating athletes may have cognitive, physical, hearing or vision differences and need a little assistance to stay safe and have fun on the field. Buddies may need to assist with fielding balls,…

Sycamore Services Receives Regional Initiative Grant from Indiana Arts Commission

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Sycamore Services has received a Regional Initiative Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission to establish a new art program at its Indianapolis South facility, located at 10 W. Hanna Avenue. Sycamore Services primarily serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The organization is developing Art Experience Days that will provide program participants with a choice…

Governor Signs Legislation Helping Individuals with Disabilities

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Two important pieces of legislation affecting disability services were recently passed and signed by Indiana Governor, Eric Holcomb. Leaders from key service providers, including CEO Patrick Cockrum from Sycamore Services, were on-hand to witness the signing.  House Enrolled Act 1216 is a bill for the First Steps program covering children from birth to age 3 who are experiencing a developmental delay, or diagnosed…

Sycamore Services Acquiring iPassport Day Program in Greenwood 

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Sycamore Services, Inc., is acquiring the iPassport Day Services program, currently operated by Dungarvin, at 51 S Park Blvd, in Greenwood, IN. The acquisition will be effective July 28, 2019. Sycamore Services, Inc., provides a variety of high-quality services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and others experiencing daily challenges. Sycamore Services, Inc., currently offers Day Services…

Project Search Graduates it 2019 Class

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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

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  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

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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

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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

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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?

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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 

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  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

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  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

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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

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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…

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