Windsor County Services
Care Coordination for Children with Developmental Disabilities
- Bridge Program Care Coordinationprovides care coordination to assist families of children under the age of 22 who have developmental disabilities.
- Children’s Integrated Services (CIS)
- Early Intervention Autism Consultant Services provided in collaboration with Children’s Integrated Services’ State team, Vermont Family Network, Carol Andrew, and the Howard Center in Chittenden (Statewide)
- More Than Words ages birth – 5 (Statewide)
Education/School District/Supervisory Unions
- Windsor Central Supervisory Union
- Windsor Northwest Supervisory Union
- Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union
- Two Rivers Supervisory Union
Agency of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS)
- Lincoln Street, Inc. Specialized Agency Support
- River Valley Project SEARCH is a high school transition program for youth with developmental disabilities.The PS High School Transition Program is a unique, business-led, one-year, school-to-work program that takes place entirely at the workplace. Total workplace immersion facilitates a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and relevant job-skills training through strategically designed internships. This pilot program is available at Lincoln Street, Inc.
Pediatric Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Services
- College Steps Program partners with colleges and universities to support students of varying ability (e.g.,autism spectrum disorders (ASD), intellectual disabilities (ID), learning disabilities, etc.), ages 17-26, with their college pursuits. Our target population includes young adults with the functional skills sufficient to thrive within a college environment but who remain challenged to succeed in a traditional college setting without additional supports.
- Global Campuses provides advanced learning opportunities for adults with differing abilities worldwide.
- Next Steps Program is a youth transition program that provides employment and educational exploration experiences for high school seniors considering college or specific career tracks following high school graduation.
- SUCCEED Program (HowardCenter) in collaboration with The University of Vermont, offers SUCCEED, which provides comprehensive education, campus life, career development and student housing services to students with developmental disabilities.
- UVM/TPSID Think College is a small, innovative, inclusive, academic, social, and vocational program for students with intellectual disabilities seeking a college experience and is located at the University of Vermont.
Provider of Services
- Designated Agency/ Health Care and Rehabiltation Services (HCRS) Supports include service coordination/case management, home supports, employment services, community supports, family and respite supports, clinical interventions and crisis services.
- Specialized Support Agency/ Lincoln Street, Inc. Supports include service coordination/case management, home supports, employment services, community supports, family and respite supports, clinical interventions and crisis services.