People and Animal Learning Services, Inc. (PALS) is dedicated to providing high-quality, safe, educational, fun and therapeutic animal assisted activities such as therapeutic horseback riding, hippotherapy, animal care and pet encounter therapy to children and adults with physical, learning, cognitive or emotional disabilities. Provides theraputic horseback riding and equine activities for children and adults with disabilities and at risk youth.
2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Monroe County Public Library
The MCCSC Parent-Teacher Advisory Council for Special Education (PTACSE) is dedicated to finding opportunities for parents and teachers to work collaboratively to improve special education services for students in the Monroe County Community School Corporation in Indiana.
Partner with individuals with disabilities and their communities to bring about self-directed and fulfilled lives. Options provide holistic services to assist individuals achieve their desired lifestyle including housing, rewarding employment, fulfilling relationships, and active citizenship in communities throughout Southern Indiana.
Stone Belt is one of the oldest and largest service providers for individuals with developmental disabilities in south central Indiana. Stone Belt is committed to quality service and invite the entire community to play a role in preparing, empowering and supporting persons with developmental disabilities. We value Stone Belt's tradition of excellence and leadership in the field that is founded on our belief that everyone deserves dignity, self-worth and the right to self-determination.
BT Access is a transportation service for persons with disabilities who, by means of a disability, cannot use the existing Bloomington Transit "fixed route" bus system.
BT Access is operated by the Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation. It is the same organization that operates the Bloomington Transit bus system.
BT Access service is provided with vans equipped with wheelchair lifts. If you are eligible, these vans can pick you up and take you anywhere in Bloomington and, then take you back home. There are no restrictions on where in the city you can go or how often, depending upon your eligibility.
Ellen Surburg, Director of Home Health Services 333 E. Miller Dr. Bloomington, IN 47401 812 353-9818 or, 1-800-206-5200
Home Health Aide: 339-0043
Health Services Bureau: 332-2901
Women and Infant Children: 334-0650
Pinnacle School first began serving families as the Bloomington dePaul School in 1981. This year, we are proud to celebrate our 28th year of teaching success. Many Pinnacle graduates go on to higher education and to pursue careers in science, technology, business, the arts, and more.
Job placement assistance and follow-up for residents of Monroe,Morgan, Lawrence, and Owen counties who have a proven disability which interferes in preparing for and engaging in gainful employment. Free. A WorkOne partner.
Special Olympics Indiana Monroe County offers year-round sports training and thletic competition for children (8 years and over) and adults with intellectual, cognitive or learning disabilities. We offer training and competition in six sports, including Athletics (Track & Field), Basketball, Bowling, Equestrian, Golf, and Softball.