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Interdisciplinary Assessment Team -- Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC)

The resources and information in the Milestones Autism Resources Center are meant to be a reference, and should not be considered comprehensive or an endorsement or recommendation of any providers, methodologies or services from any of the groups, agencies or companies listed. We urge you to make independent judgment when selecting a professional to assist you. We provide guiding questions to help you think through what is right for your situation.

Person: Sue Meeks (Family Navigator)
Phone: 740.593.9534
Website: http://www.ipacohio.org/interdisciplinary-assessment-team

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The goal of IAT is to provide accurate diagnosis and treatment for children and families. IAT, which is designed to provide local access to high-quality care, is made up of professionals from multiple agencies who meet each month to evaluate children and families. The IAT meets families on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Ohio University Hearing, Speech & Language Clinic in Grover Center.


Integrating Professionals for Appalachian Children (IPAC) has existed since 2002 and gained nonprofit charity status in 2006. The network is comprised of multiple agencies in the Southeast Ohio region, including several Ohio University departments and clinics.

IPAC accepts CareSource and Medicaid, as well as private pay.

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