The Article 16 Clinic provides habilitative and rehabilitative services to adults and adolescents who have developmental disabilities. In some cases, the individual’s family members may also be involved in clinic services when it is part of the person’s treatment plan. The clinic’s multidisciplinary team is dedicated to assisting the individuals who receive services to maximize their potential for independence, individualization, productivity and integration. Throughout this process, the clinicians and treatment coordinators communicate with other members of the individual’s treatment team in order to provide the best care possible.
Services provided in the SASi Article 16 Clinic include:
The Referral Process
To receive Article 16 services an individual must be referred by their Service Coordinator and be diagnosed as having a developmental disability. If a diagnosis has not already been established, a psychological evaluation can be done by the clinic's psychologist. The Clinic Treatment Coordinator reviews the referral for services and completes the intake process with the individual and/or their family. After the Medical Director reviews the referral and authorizes admission into the clinic, the appropriate clinician completes an assessment and develops a treatment plan to provide services as needed.
Article 16 Clinic Locations
960 West Maple Ct
Elma, NY 14059
601 Oakwood Avenue
East Aurora, NY 14052
13339 Route 39
Sardinia, NY 14030
Note: Clinic staff are available to answer questions or take messages between 8:30am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.