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  • Chris Bond Scores Big at Hillcroft- and so can you!

    Published Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    Chris Bond wears many hats. He recently graduated from Ball State University in July, he'san athlete, and for the past four months, a Hillcroft Direct Support Professional (DSP). If you ask the clients he works with, they might say that is the most important job of all!

  • Kappa Delta Twister Tourney

    Published Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    Kappa Delta sisters at Ball State University put on a Twister Tournament (with a twist!) with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Hillcroft Services!

  • A Day With the Boilermakers

    Published Tuesday, November 18, 2014

    This past weekend, a group of clients took a trip and got to catch a Purdue basketball game!


"After 23 years of transporting Jim to and from Hillcroft, June 3rd, 2013 was a red letter day for me for that is the day Hillcroft's Reliable Transportation started transporting Jim to and from Hillcroft. The difference in Jim is wonderful as he is feeling much more independent and proud of himself. He even carries a key to the house with him in case Mom is not home. I have settled in with the routine and we all love it!"

- Diane Benadum

Behavior Support Services

Hillcroft’s Behavior Support Services utilize a participant-driven team approach to provide support to children and adults with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities and mental health concerns.

Behavior Support Services are provided by Behavior Specialists.  Behavior Specialists are masters level service providers who have studied in the fields of Social Work or Psychology and have professional experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.  Hillcroft’s Behavior Specialists are passionate about partnering with participants to create an environment that increases the likelihood of success in the areas of work, home, and relationships with others.  

The Behavior Support Service process begins with an assessment called a Functional Analysis.  The Functional Analysis is used to develop an individualized Behavior Support Plan (BSP).  The Behavior Support Plan outlines the participant’s strengths, resources and needed areas of support. 

Behavior Support Services are provided through Medicaid Waiver funding.  Medicaid Waiver eligibility is determined by the Bureau of Developmental Disability Services (BDDS).  BDDS can be reached at 765-288-6516.  There currently is a waiting list for new Medicaid Waiver funding services.  Hillcroft’s Behavior Support Services are able to begin within four weeks of Medicaid Waiver funding being secured. 

If interested in learning more about Hillcroft’s Behavioral Support Services: