Clinical

The Arc of Ulster-Greene’s Clinical Services are provided through our Ulster Rehab Clinic. We provide care to you, train family members, support staff and work with anyone else who should understand your needs so that you can get the most out of your clinical services. Our comprehensive approach will help you live an active, independent and full life.

 

Clinical Services are offered at our main clinic, located within the Pecora Center at 139 Cornell Street in Kingston.  For those who do not live in this immediate area, we also offer services at our other satellite locations within The Arc of Ulster-Greene’s Catskill Center and Ellenville Center.  Some services may be eligible to be offered at your personal home depending on you and your family’s specific needs.

 

Please see below a listing of the services that we offer and a sampling of the treatment, training or tests / evaluations that are available.

 

Psychology

  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Psychoeducational training
  • Snoezelen/Multi-Sensory Environment Sessions
  • Sexual Consent Assessments
  • Sexuality Education Training
  • Social Skills Training
  • Capacity Assessments
  • IQ Testing, Adaptive Behavior Assessments, Eligibility Testing
  • Intensive Behavioral Services: Time-limited in-home offering behavioral supports to address significant challenging behavior (waiver service)
  • Family Support Services: In-home behavioral supports or clinical services (grant funded)

 

Social Work

  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Psychoeducational training
  • Couples Counseling
  • Group Therapy (Anger Management, Healthy Relationships, Relaxation Skills, Socialization with Music, etc.)
  • Family Therapy
  • Sexual Consent Assessments
  • Sexuality Education Training
  • Sexual Abuse Prevention Training

 

Physical Therapy

  • Gait and mobility assessments and training
  • Treatment addressing range of motion, strength, balance and motor coordination impairments
  • Assessment and instruction pertaining to adaptive equipment use and needs

 

Occupational Therapy

  • Therapy addressing fine finger dexterity, memory skills, sequencing activities, improving extremity strength, range of motion and coordination to address daily living and work skills
  • Consultation related to adaptive equipment and environmental modifications

 

Speech and Language Pathology

  • Assessment and treatment related to receptive and expressive language, articulation, voice disorders, cognition, stuttering, and swallowing disorders
  • Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) evaluations and recommendations to enhance communication skills (gestures, sign language, writing, PECS/picture books, iPads, and speech generating devices)

 

Rehabilitation Counseling

  • Assessment of vocational skills and interest
  • Counseling and training focused on skill development to obtain and maintain successful employment (problem solving, relational skills, self-care, home management, community work integration, money management, work task analysis, avocational activities, and job-specific skills)
  • Assistance with acquiring assistive devices and related training
  • Vocational planning
  • Career counseling

 

Treatment Coordination Services

  • Facilitates the intake process and coordinates clinical services to ensure interdisciplinary collaboration and quality service provision