CLiK is now accepting new Speech Therapy & Occupational Therapy patients! Most major insurances accepted! CLiK provides Speech, Occupational, & Physical Therapy services for individuals on the Michelle P. Waiver, Supports for Community Living Waiver, & EPSDT Program as well! Please contact our office at (270) 843-5300 for more information, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Did you know that CLiK, LLC now has an in-office PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC? Most major insurances accepted. Doctor of Physical Therapy, Mike Kennedy, is Clinical Director. Now accepting new patients! Please contact our office at (270) 843-5300 for more information!
CLiK would like to say a BIG Thank You to First Southern National Bank of Bowling Green for their generous donation to help out some of our participants in need! The support of people like you make it possible for our agency provide support for our participants and make this community a great place to live! Thank… Read more »
The month of July is National Fragile X Awareness Month, an extension of Fragile X Awareness Day (July 22), which is officially recognized by Congress to increase awareness and advocacy for Fragile X. Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is the most common cause of inherited intellectual disability and the most common known genetic cause of autism…. Read more »
CLiK would like to highlight Positive Behavior Support Specialists of the month, Leslie Birdwhistell & Maha Almuhareb: Leslie Birdwhistell: “Leslie has worked as a PBSS at CLiK since April 2013. She has a Master of Social Work from WKU. She is currently taking courses to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Leslie has a… Read more »
CLiK would like to share a message from New Beginnings Therapeutic Riding: “It is that time of year again for SMART CARDS! Contact New Beginnings Therapeutic Riding today to purchase your 2014 SMART CARD. They have made NEW improvements to the 2014 card. 28 new coupons from locations in BG. Smartphone App that is FREE to… Read more »
Since feeding involves all sensory systems (sight, smell, sound, touch, and taste), eating is the most difficult sensory task that children face. Feeding issues are especially common in children with autism, including those with Aspergers, because of difficulties with sensory processing. In many cases, this leads to eating challenges at mealtimes. Click the link below to… Read more »
From the Huffington Post: Julian Hung’s son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at the age of two and a half. His son has since had three years of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) therapy and has made tremendous progress. Julian is writing this blog with the hope that other parents might benefit from his experience…. Read more »
WASHINGTON, DC (July 8, 2014) — In a major victory for Medicaid coverage of autism, a federal agency has directed the states to cover medically necessary treatments for autism for children and young adults, including behavioral health treatments such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). An estimated one-third of all children with autism receive primary coverage through Medicaid. Click the link… Read more »
New Office Offers Support for Children and Adults with Autism: FRANKFORT, Ky. (July 17, 2014) – The Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CCSHCN) has announced a new Office of Autism has been established at the agency. The Office of Autism will create a centralized location to coordinate statewide and regional efforts to… Read more »