PROGRAM OPERATIONS UPDATE 3/24/2020
In compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order, The Mary Firstenburg Family Center building will be closing at 6 p.m. on March 24th except for entry in to our Early Learning program, which will remain open for Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers. https://bit.ly/2UgUson
Early Learning: open for families of first-responders, healthcare workers, and critical community support only. Health screening is required prior to admission. All other enrolled families are being served through distance learning opportunities and family support advocates.
Pediatric Therapy: Early Intervention is open and providing remote visit services. Outpatient clinic is temporarily closed through April 24th.
Janitorial Services: open.
Employment Services: open and providing remote services only.
A nonprofit serving Clark County since 1963, our mission at Innovative Services NW is to support possibilities for everyone.
Our services include:
- Pediatric Therapy & Neurodevelopmental Center including speech, physical, occupational, and specialty therapies for children birth through age 20. Also offering Early Intervention for children birth through age three.
- Early Learning & Child Care for children 1-5 years ago including serving children with special needs, as well as those who are typically developing. With an average of 3.3 adults in each of our six classrooms, we offer one of the only fully-inclusive licensed Early Learning programs available in Clark County.
- Employment Services, training and job support for adults with disabilities or employment barriers including our Janitorial Services and our Individual Placement Program.
Here’s what people are saying about Innovative!
“Friendly staff that truly cares about their clients.”
– Hilda B.
“Melody and Judy have been so amazing and supportive!! I would HIGHLY recommend this place to anyone with a child ready to learn!!”
– Morgan Bertholomey
“This is such an amazing place. My grandson has progressed so much with their help… Give it a try, you will not be disappointed…”
– Tim Orff