Home Health Care and Hospice Services - Program
3111 Winton Road S
Provides coordination of in-home health care services and support services to families under the supervision of own private physician. Home care coordinators in all area hospitals. Comprehensive nursing services. Rehabilitation/Habilitative - Occupational, physical, speech therapies. Certified hospice and palliative care. Home health care service to developmentally disabled. Social casework service. Mutual support groups for bereavement and caregivers. Volunteer opportunities.
Peer Support - Program
25 W Steuben Street
Provides peer support advocacy, information and referral, educational, support groups with childcare to parents/guardians raising a child with emotional, behavioral, mental, and/or developmental challenges.
Vision Rehabilitation Services - Program
Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
422/500 S Clinton Avenue
Offers vision rehabilitation services for individuals with vision that includes: Low Vision Evaluations - specialized lenses, visual aids, magnifiers. Optical Shop – full service store, frames, magnifiers, lighting InSight Shop – full service non-optical store, offering adaptive devices, visual aids, talking watches & clocks, cooking aids, large print items and adapted toys for sale. Vision Rehabilitation/adaptive skills training for activities of daily living. Orientation and mobility …
Health Services - Program
National Kidney Foundation Serving Upstate and Western New York
1344 University Avenue Suite 270
Provides public education to increase early detection of kidney disorders. Professional education. End the Wait: Organ donor education, organ donor cards, living donor education. Provides outreach to African-American and Hispanic communities. Offers patient services like: Peer support group A one-to-one support system for pre-dialysis and pre-transplant patients. Kidney screenings. Renal diet literature. Social events. Offers local and national grants given for research on …
Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities - Program
University of Rochester Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
200 East River Road, 3rd Floor
Offers various programs related to Health Disparities, Employment, Inclusive Recreation, Community Education for individuals of all ages who have developmental disabilities. Offers the Project SEARCH program, which provides training and education to 18-21 year old high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities leading to competitive employment. Conducts research and education to reduce health disparities for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Center for Environmental Initiatives - Program
Center for Environmental Initiatives
700 W Metro Park
Provides public information on environmental issues. General environmental information. Educational programs. Undergraduate and graduate student intern projects. Workshops on local environmental resources and issues. Courses, conferences and seminars on special topics related to legal, scientific, technological and planning aspects of environmental issues. Special programs and events for members.
Disability Information and Support Services - Program
21 Lincoln Street
Provides programs to individuals with disabilities with the goal of creating more opportunities, supporting independent decision making, pursuing recreational activities, and becoming a part of the community. Services include: Peer Advocacy Benefits Advisement Education and Housing Advocacy Architectural Consultations and Access Advocacy Recreational Access Consultations Disability Awareness Community Programs and Presentations Community Habilitation Employment Personal Care Bank Freedom …
Project Rachel - Program
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester
1150 Buffalo Road
Provides confidential healing process for women and men who have been affected by an abortion. Serve all people regardless of beliefs or faith traditions. Session times and locations are arranged between the caller and the companion guide.