sprinkle40Behavioral Support Services
Hillcroft’s Behavioral Support Services help people with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities and mental health concerns. Behavior Support Services are aimed at supporting participants to achieve success in all areas of their lives. Learn More>>

Recreational Therapy
Also known as therapeutic recreation, this program uses treatment, education and recreation services to help people with illnesses, disabilities and other conditions to develop and use their leisure in ways that enhance their health, functional abilities, independence and quality of life.

Creativity Unlimited
Creativity Unlimited (CU) programming is based upon the specific needs and interests of the participants. Instruction areas include life skill development, driver’s education, computer usage, educational developmental, social relationships, community access activities, mobility instruction, recreation and self-advocacy. Learn More>>

Music Therapy
Music Therapy is an established health profession in which music is used within a therapeutic relationship to address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. Hillcroft is proud to offer this option to our individuals. Learn More>>

Therapy Services Employment Opportunities
Hillcroft’s Therapy Services provides a positive team-oriented working environment for Masters level therapists and practicum students.

Support Hillcroft’s Therapy Services
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CARF_GoldSealHillcroft Services, Inc. has been accredited by CARF for Behavior Support and Creativity Unlimited Services. Please click on the logo to learn more about CARF Accreditation.

If interested in learning more about Hillcroft’s Therapy Services, contact:

LeAnne Cole
Vice President of Therapy Services
(765) 284-4166

Therapy Services Staff
Hillcroft offers a team of highly qualified Masters level clinicians who work together to deliver Behavior Support Services and Outpatient Mental Health Services.

Leann Rector, Creativity Unlimited Manager

Leann Rector has a bachelor’s degree from Ball State University in Health Science/Community Health. As a Creativity Unlimited Manager, Leann’s main responsibilities include; interviewing, hiring, training employees, implementing individual support plans, planning, assigning, directing work, and appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints and resolving problems. She participates consistently in team conferences and works closely with the individual’s case manager, behavior specialist, residential provider and any other staff outside of Hillcroft.

As a supervisor of the DSP/CU instructors she works to ensure that they are knowledgeable and trained in what Community Habilitation Integration (CHIO) seeks to accomplish. Her primary goal is to ensure the needs and preferences of the consumer art met, discussing with the consumer their interests, wants and plans that they may have, and helping them to achieve their goals. In Creativity Unlimited Leann feels that Community Habilitation Integration is such an important aspect for the consumers overall well being, allowing them to have individualized time, attention, and giving them the ability to be a part of the community.

Leann states “Experiencing direct interaction with the consumer is one of the most rewarding parts of my job!”

She is proud to be a member of an incredible team that helps make extraordinary differences in people’s lives!

Anna Wamhoff, Music Therapy Coordinator

Anna is a Board Certified Music Therapist and a graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelors of Music in Music Therapy. Her professional experience included work with children and adults with developmental disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries, and other related disorders. Anna has worked in the state of Indiana providing services through the Medicaid Waiver, and completed her music therapy clinical internship at Giant Steps, a school for children and teens diagnosed with Autism. Throughout her professional career, she has been involved in Parkinson’s Support Group, the Eric “Ric Star” Winter Music Therapy Camp, and various community music therapy groups. Anna is a member of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) and the Association for Indiana Music Therapy (AIMT). Anna can be reached at awamhoff@hillcroft.org.