Early intervention service coordination is available to children from birth to 3 years of age who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability or delay. Services are family centered and individualized.
The Arc of Schuyler provides services to people who have a developmental disability diagnosis that originated before the age of 22. In certain circumstances, such as vocational training and support, services are open to people with other types of disabilities. Learn more about determining eligibility from the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities services here.
Service Coordinators promote choices, individualized services, and user satisfaction. They work to connect persons and families with appropriate services, are available to accompany you to meetings about supports, and contact service providers when the need arises. Read more.
The Arc of Schuyler knows that transition planning for students with developmental disabilities can be a confusing process. We offer support to families who need assistance in ensuring that their child receives necessary services that will promote a healthy and inclusive lifestyle. Read more.
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