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J. D. McCARTY CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

PURPOSE
The mission of the J.D. McCarty Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities is to provide a comprehensive program of rehabilitative care for children with developmental disabilities. Within a multi-disciplinary approach to service delivery, they provide an intensive and comprehensive habilitative environment through direct service, referrals, consultations, education, training, transitional planning and community support. The J.D. McCarty Center offers a large variety of services which include: outpatient/inpatient services, teletherapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, communications disorders therapy psychological testing, and recreational activities. The J.D. McCarty Center also has an Adaptive Equipment Assessment Clinic by appointment that enables parents to learn what is available to assist them in caring for their child or to help the child better take care of him or her self.

CONTACT
Curtis Peters
2002 East Robinson
P.O. Box 490
Norman, OK 73070
(405) 307-2800
(800) 777-1272
FAX: (405) 307-2801
www.jdmc.org

FINANCIAL CRITERIA
None

ELIGIBILITY
Children with a developmental disability age birth to 21.
J.D. McCarty staff determine appropriate services to be delivered based on screening of children.
Payment is on a sliding-scale based on the household income. Medicaid and private insurance are acceptable methods of payment.

AT SERVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
Assessments & Evaluations
Maintenance & Repairs
Case Management
Training for Consumer & Family
Information & Referral
Advocacy/Other
Fabrication of Devices

AT DEVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
No AT devices are provided or covered.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Complete required health forms at the time of initial screening.

APPEALS PROCESS
When a child or family member has a conflict they are encouraged to discuss their concerns with the charge nurse, therapist or case manager to resolve the issue informally. The conflict will then be referred to the patient advocate, who will attempt to resolve the matter by assisting the child or family member in filing a formal grievance.