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At Home Independent Care, Inc. (AHIC)At Home Independent Care

At Home Independent Care, Inc. (AHIC) is a not-for-profit licensed home care agency that is committed to supporting your choice to remain independent at home. Whether you’re elderly or you have a disability, AHIC provides qualified healthcare professionals to ensure that your medical and personal needs are not a barrier to remaining at home. If, like many people, you would like to grow old in the comfort of your own home, AHIC might be the perfect match for you and your family. Caregivers struggling to find a balance between caring for a senior and/or children, a demanding job, and all of life’s little ups and downs can also benefit from the expertise at AHIC.

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Learning Disability Association of the Mohawk Valley (LDAMV)

In partnership with RCIL, the Learning Disability Association of the Mohawk Valley (LDAMV) is here to assist in providing services that make getting an education more attainable. LDAMV provides an array of services to individuals with learning disabilities, neurological impairments, and other related developmental disabilities, as well as their families and the professionals who serve them. If your child has a disability that is affecting his or her ability to learn, services are available which will empower you and your child to effectively advocate in school settings and beyond.

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North Country Parent Assistance Center (NCPAC)

With the goal of empowering parents of children with disabilities to become more meaningfully involved with their child’s education, the North Country Parent Assistance Center (NCPAC) is a project managed by the Learning Disability Association of the Mohawk Valley, in partnership with the Resource Center for Independent Living (RCIL) Utica, New York, and funded through a contract with the New York State Education Department (NYSED), Office of Special Education.

NCPAC is designed to provide parents with the resources, trainings, and strategies needed to enhance their skills and increase their level of confidence to communicate more effectively and work collaboratively with schools and other stakeholders.

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Central Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC)

As one of 14 ECDC’s in New York State funded by the New York State Education Department, the NYS Region 5 – Central Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC) provides free and confidential information, referrals and services for children, birth to age 5, who have special needs or whom you suspect may have a delay in their development. Throughout the year Central ECDC offers a variety of workshops on various topics for families, providers, and community agencies.
 
 
 
 

This document was developed under grant CFDA 93.778 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government.