The Therapeutic After School Program, designed for children ages 5-14, is an interactive therapeutic environment that provides qualified clinical staff to work with each child on behavioral goals and social skills in a recreational setting. Opportunities for inclusion vary and include community outings.
Medical assistance funding is available for qualified applicants.
The TASP program begins immediately after school hours. Children who attend school in Montgomery County are transported from their school to Indian Creek Foundation by TransNet, or by the school if within Souderton Area School District.
The Day Services Program of Indian Creek Foundation recently kicked off the new Personalized Employment Program to assist with placing their clients in job settings that meet their interests.
Indian Creek’s employment professionals perform a comprehensive assessment of a client’s interests and skills. This process identifies the strengths that the client already possesses; and our employment professionals assist the client in negotiating a work relationship that match the employers need to those strengths, skills, interest.
Consumers have begun taking part in the Personalized Employment Program and Indian Creek is ready to begin finding employment opportunities. ICF is currently seeking employment partners in the following areas, but not limited to:
Music (recording/sales), Transportation, Sports, Automotive, Fitness, Brewing, and Pet Care.
The program seeks to provide a win-win outcome for the employer and the client. Employment can range from a few hours to a full day’s work.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with the Employment staff, please contact:
Our Director of Development recently spoke with Comcast Newsmakers host Jill Horner about the new Personalized Employment Program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click HERE to watch the full interview.
Indian Creek Foundation announces bonus program for all newly hired Direct Support Professionals.
DSPs hired after July 1, 2017 can earn up to $1000 in bonus money.
Indian Creek Foundation recently announced the launch of a $1,000 bonus program for any new Direct Support Professionals (DSP) hired after July 1. DSPs provide hands-on care to individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities by assisting with activities such as daily living, personal care, meal preparation and community outings.
“DSPs play a special role in our mission,” said CEO Dean Stoesz. “They meet the varied needs of our clients while also providing an extraordinary degree of compassion and dedication. Because of this, our organization has committed to paying a higher-than-average salary and the opportunity to earn a bonus to all new DSP hires.”
Positions are available in both the Day Services and Residential & Community Based Services departments. Besides the salary and bonus, Indian Creek Foundation also offers paid training, vacation/sick time and health insurance. Additional benefits include a 401(K) plan with company match, Employee Assistance Program, paid holidays, Flexible Spending Accounts, company paid Group Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability and Long-Term Disability.
Since this incentive will only be available for a limited time, interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at our employment page or to contact the human resources department at 267-206-1500 x 323 as their earliest convenience.
Indian Creek Foundation’s Behavioral Health Services Department has been providing services for youth and adults with autism for over 20 years. We are the only service provider in Montgomery County to offer a full continuum of services from early childhood through adulthood. For more information, contact Amanda Pfister, Director of Behavioral Health services at 267-203-1500 x 301.