HANDS in Autism
The HANDS in Autism® Interdisciplinary Training and Resource Center was founded in 2004 to extend the outreach and training offered by the Christian Sarkine Autism Treatment Center at Riley Hospital at IU Health and the IU School of Medicine.
With incredible passion and efforts of HANDS staff and foundational support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and subsequently from such sponsors as the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE), IU Health, and various charitable and philanthropic organizations and individuals, HANDS has been able to emerge as a state-wide program and resource center in its own right.
The Arc of Indiana
Medicaid Waivers / Home and Community Based Services
Medicaid Waivers, sometimes called Home and Community Based Services, allow Medicaid to fund supports and services for children and adults with disabilities in their family homes or communities instead of institutions. Medicaid Waivers allow an individual to use traditional Medicaid services and the additional services available through the Medicaid Waiver program.
Erskine Green Training Institute (EGTI), founded by The Arc of Indiana Foundation, is the first of its kind postsecondary vocational training program in the country. Opened in 2016, EGTI provides training in hospitality, food service, healthcare, and inventory distribution.
Ivy Tech Community College
By enrolling in dual credit courses offered at Ivy Tech Community College through the Indiana Online Academy, students save money and time. By getting a head start on earning college credit, students may finish their chosen degree sooner and apply those credits towards an associate degree.
Indiana Online Academy
Supported by Central Indiana Educational Service Center (CIESC), Indiana Online offers supplemental online high school classes in partnership with over 300 high schools statewide. All courses are designed to meet the Indiana State Standard, are accredited by AdvancED, and approved by the NCAA.