There's a new "sheriff" in town

There's a new "sheriff" in town

A whirlwind of energy and activity, 16-year-old Grant loves singing country music, strumming his guitar, playing with cars and nerf guns, and proudly showing off his license plate collection. 

Grant wasn’t always the self-assured and outgoing young man you see today, though...

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Director of Children's Services Amelia Williams celebrates 30 years

Director of Children's Services Amelia Williams celebrates 30 years

This week, Amelia Williams celebrates thirty years of service to Rauch. Amelia, our Director of Children's Services, began her tenure at Rauch as a Developmental Therapist. 

Amelia was born in Carbondale, Illinois, the fifth of six children. Her father was a postal worker and her mother was a photographer and developer for the Southern Illinoisan until the chemicals in the darkroom started to cause scarring on her lungs. 

Amelia always knew that she wanted to work with troubled children, but did not have clear direction on exactly how until her cousin Deon was born...

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Savoring the Holidays with the Beals

Savoring the Holidays with the Beals

“Bite, bite, bite, bite,” Jacob says sweetly and enthusiastically.

The Beals are taking this year’s holiday season in “small bites.” With a baby girl due to make her appearance in January and 26-month-old son Oliver, they are creating a calendar where each day they will do a little something special to celebrate and enjoy the season of giving as a family. 

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First Steps Training Builds Knowledge

First Steps Training Builds Knowledge

Opportunities for therapists to join Rauch’s network available

In October 2015, Rauch arranged a training opportunity presented by Midwest Orthotics for its First Steps Provider Network therapists. While enjoying a breakfast of bagels, fruit parfaits, and coffee, participants learned about analyzing gait and gross motor skills. 

One condition that can impact gait and gross motor skills is hypotonia...

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First Lady Karen Pence Awards Grant to Rauch, Inc.

First Lady Karen Pence Awards Grant to Rauch, Inc.

Award will support Summer Respite Camp for Children with Disabilities

Indianapolis – First Lady Karen Pence hosted the fifth award reception for grant recipients of the Indiana First Lady’s Charitable Foundation at the Governor’s residence on Tuesday, where she awarded $19,500 to 25 organizations and charities that serve Hoosier families and children across the state. Rauch, Inc. was represented by Amelia Williams, Director of Children's Services, and Teressa Jackson, Director of Development, who were on hand to receive the award.

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