HBIC provides a safe and caring environment with programs incorporating academics, physical development, positive behavior support, vocational training, independent living skills and communication training where all children and young adults with disabilities have the opportunity to develop to their maximum potential and improve their quality of life via a “highly qualified” staff; all-the-while providing support and encouragement to their families.
The Cleta Harder Developmental School (CHDS) is a certified Non-Public School (NPS) dedicated to providing an alternative academic program for children and young adults unable to succeed or reach their maximum academic and social potential in a public school setting.
Emily’s Place Adult Day Program (ADP) provides vocational training, community integration & awareness, and independence training for individuals beyond the age of typical Special Education (22+ years).
CAMP HBIC brings together children with and without disabilities in a fun and enriching environment. Children spend an entire week of outings, art projects, physical activities and socialization.