ICM provides home and community-based supports to individuals with developmental disabilities in Arkansas.
  • Supported Employment

    To enable persons to obtain and retain competitive employment.

  • Community Integration

    To provide individuals an opportunity to live in the community and be valued for his/her uniqueness and abilities.

  • Supported Living

    To provide supports that enable individuals to live in their own homes & become part of their communities.

  • Specialized Foster Care

    To provide training for families who want to foster children with developmental disabilities.

  • Consultation

    To develop & implement appropriate positive behavioral plans & supports.

  • Personal Care

    Personal care services are nonmedical services provided to assist with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, light housework, medication management, and meal preparation.

  • To provide a day-support program for individuals that includes activities to help build strong, independent citizens who contribute to their communities.

  • Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment

    To ensure that children and adolescents receive appropriate preventive, dental, mental health, and developmental, and specialty services. Now medically necessary services for autism spectrum disorders must be included under the EPSDT program. Any Medicaid-eligible child under the age of 21 is entitled to all health care services that are found to be medically necessary, including ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis).

  • Autism

    To provide services, support and advocacy to individuals diagnosed with Autism. ICM provides early intervention for those individuals diagnosed with Autism ages 18 months up to the age of 8 years old. Early intervention programs include evidence-based interventions, including but not limited to Applied Behavior Analysis. Each program is individualized in order to meet the needs of your child in their natural environment.