Our Target Population
Committed to the belief that medical challenges developmental disabilities, and special needs should not prevent children from having quality childhood experiences or from reaching their full potential, CRCC opened its first facility in 1990 to serve children with special needs and their families in our community. CRCC provides comprehensive care services and family support to meet the needs of children who are at risk (drug exposed, neglected and abused), medically fragile, developmentally challenged, mental health/behavioral challenged and or enduring conditions that include but are not limited to Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, feeding and seizure disorders, pre-and post-transplant conditions, spinal injuries, and traumatic brain injuries, and autism spectrum disorders. Services include: Behavioral Health (educational support, outpatient, and family counseling and support), Day Health Services, Rehab Therapy (Occupational, Physical, Speech Pathology, Feeding and Swallowing), Skilled Nursing, Weekend and Saturday Respite, Parent Education/Support Programs and Summer Camp.
Currently serving approximately 400 children birth through 21 years of age, CRCC remains distinctive to our community. It is the only facility offering a full continuum of comprehensive care and services for special populations while providing all children, special needs and typical peers alike, the opportunity to find security, support, and mutual understanding. Setting CRCC apart from other programs and contributing to our growth is the provision of innovative, need driven services without replication. Other programs offer single services, but none include everything key to ultimate success as does ours.