Augmentative Communication Service (AAC)
Identifies new or better ways to communicate.
Attention Deficit Disorder Service (ADD)
Works with people with ADD/ADHD.
Adult Services (ADS)
Serves adults with disabilities.
Bowel and Bladder Management Service (BBM)
Helps people with bowel and bladder disorders.
Biobehavior Service (BBS)
Works with people who have such behavior disorders as tantrums, aggression, and self-injury.
Behavioral/Emotional Evaluation (BEE)
Evaluates emotions and their affect on behavior.
Computer Access (CAE)
Identifies useful hardware and software for people with disabilities; explores ways to use the computer.
Comprehensive Developmental Evaluation (CDE)
Evaluates physical, mental, and emotional development.
Disability Resource Library (DRL)
A lending library of materials on disabilities. Free to people with disabilities and their families.
Down Syndrome Service (DWS)
Serves people with Down syndrome.
Evaluation (EVAL)
Identifying a person’s skills, strengths, and weaknesses.
Feeding and Growth Management Service (FGM)
Works with people who have concerns about nutrition, eating, and growth.
Cognitive Evaluation (COG)
Evaluates ability to think and reason.
Iowa Communication Network (ICN)
Technology we use to provide health care over long distances.
Inpatient services (IP)
Through hospitalization, serves people who have needs too complex for outpatient care.
Myelodysplasia Service (MDC)
Serves people with spina bifida and other spinal cord disorders.
Medical Services (MED)
Provides medical services.
Motor Evaluation Service (MOT)
Evaluates coordination and ability to move about.
Neuropsychology evaluation (NRP)
Evaluates the brain and nervous system, and their effect on thinking and behavior.
Outpatient Services (OP)
Serve people who do not need hospital care.
Pediatric Brain Injury Service (PBI)
Evaluates and treats children with brain injury.
Pediatric Dentistry (PED)
Dental care for children and young adults with disabilities.
Pediatric Sleep Clinic (PSC)
Works with children and adolescents who have sleep disorders.
Postural Support Services (PSS)
Create systems that provide good postural support.
Prader-Willi Syndrome Service (PWS)
Serves people with Prader-Willi syndrome.
Recreation Service (REC)
Works with people to meet their recreation needs.
School-based Consultation Service (SCS)
Works with local school teams and other local providers to help children in school.
Speech/Language/Hearing Service (SLH)
Evaluates speech, language, and hearing abilities. Then recommends treatment.
Theraplay Service (TPS)
Teaches parents and children new ways to relate to each other.
Weight Management Service (WMS)
Helps people maintain a healthy weight.
Wheelchair Seating Service (WSS)
Helps families choose wheelchairs that meet their needs. Customizes and adapts wheelchairs.