iCircle Services - Supporting Individual Choice and Empowerment
July 2013


Issue #23

Message from the Board

iCircle Services was asked to present at the OPWDD Managed Care Forum on July 18, 2013. We will have the opportunity to talk about iCircle’s approach to managed care to Region 2 providers who have not yet joined with a DISCO. We are grateful for this opportunity to showcase iCircle and answer any questions providers may have. Our network is now over 75 providers from around the Rochester, Syracuse and Southern Tier regions, and we look forward to continuing to grow.

It is important that you attend one of the provider meetings being held in the next few weeks (see information below). iCircle leadership will present on the application status, next steps, and discuss some important new developments. If you have not done so already, please RSVP by email info@icirclefl.org or by calling 585-347-1616. We look forward to seeing you then!

Reminder: Sign Up for POM Training

If you weren’t able to attend our first POM Training Session, there are still a few spots available in Session 3, scheduled for August 20th-23rd at CDS Monarch in Webster. Reserve your place today, by sending your registration form to Stacey.Coons-Talbott@CDSMonarch.org.

Provider Submissions

If your agency has not yet been featured as the Provider Spotlight in an issue of Provider Network News, please submit your information and photos to Melissa.Mulcahy@TheWolfFoundation.org so that we can include you in an upcoming issue!

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iCircle Services is on Facebook and Twitter, so be sure to follow us for updates as our community continues to grow!

Provider Spotlight: Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester

Established: 1970

Mission: To inspire and enable young people of all backgrounds to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester provide youth development programs that enable young people to acquire the skills and qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.

Empowered with these positive developmental experiences and opportunities, Boys & Girls Club members have continually demonstrated their ability to overcome negative, failure-oriented environments and move toward fulfilling their dreams.

Since its inception, the Boys & Girls Club Movement has provided mentoring and leadership specifically designed to change the lives of youth who face daily challenges such as poverty, broken homes, crime, unemployment, prejudice and difficulties in school.

Our primary mission is to provide an inclusive program environment where individuals with developmental disabilities can participate in all general club activities.

Executive Director/CEO: Dwayne Mahoney

Developmental Disability Services: Medicaid Service Coordination, Hourly Respite, and Family Reimbursement

Other Services: We also offer after school programs at the 500 Genesee location and #29 School which include Character and Leadership Development, Education and Career Development, Health and Life Skills, Sports, Fitness and Recreation, and The Arts. 

Number of Employees: 55

Number of Individuals Served: MSC/Hourly Respite (51); Afterschool Program (2,000)

Coverage Area: Monroe County

Ages Served: 6-18 yrs. old

Provider Spotlight: Lochland School, Inc.

Established: 1933

Mission: To provide developmentally disabled adults with a range of services based on an assessment of their needs, capabilities and interests. Lochland will continue these comprehensive services as our residents’ progress into old age. Lochland, with foresight and imagination, will remain an asset to the Finger Lakes Region.

Lochland School, Inc. will be the finest residential facility for developmentally disabled adults who are 18 years of age or older. It will remain small enough to provide a family-like atmosphere and be large enough to meet the lifelong needs of each resident within a community based setting.

Executive Director: Deborah Kraft

Developmental Disability Services: Residential, Day Respite, Day Habilitation and MSC

Number of Employees: 75

Number of Individuals Served: 22

Coverage Area: Ontario, Seneca and Wayne counties

Ages Served: 18+ into adulthood

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Mission: iCircle Services is a service portal where individuals with developmental disabilities and their families can self-direct, advocate, and secure the supports and services that best fit their needs. We are guided by individual choice, inclusion, diversity, cultural competence, respect, community, learning and empowerment for those we serve.

Vision: iCircle Services will establish a comprehensive, sustainable, trusted, and compassionate system of supports and services that will help empower families and individuals with developmental disabilities to promote their happiness, independence and inclusion as productive members of our community.

Contact Us:
Phone: 1-855-775-3778
Email: info@icirclefl.org
Website: www.icirclefl.org

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