March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month! A time to raise awareness of the barriers that people with disabilities sometimes face and celebrate the contributions of people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
Creating a trauma-informed workplace builds trusts and shows an investment in the well-being of employees.
Our school-based team shares tips and resources for early intervention to increase the likelihood of success for a child or youth who is struggling with school.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us all the importance of living life to its fullest, and occupational therapy is one intervention that helps children who have everyday difficulties to develop the skills needed for independence and to live their best life.
At Seven Counties Services, we help people with developmental and intellectual disabilities embrace their independence and empower them to achieve it in their daily lives.
For health professionals caring for youth of color, specifically, ask how they feel being black in America has impacted their experiences concerning social justice and the pandemic.
Kentucky Integrated Care was established in September 2017. Embedded within Seven Counties Services, it serves the following counties in Kentucky, which surround the Louisville metropolitan area: Bullitt, Henry, Jefferson, Oldham, Shelby, Spencer, and Trimble counties. The program was launched as a five-year project to synchronize primary care with behavioral healthcare.
Seven Counties Services’ Child and Family West Clinic recognized that some of the children they served in Louisville’s West End community were unable to attend traditional after-school and summer care programs because these programs cannot accept students with severe emotional and behavioral issues.