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  • B
    Shaw, Dr. Lei
    Lei Shaw is thoughtful, gracious and runs her practice well. I had two sessions which reduced a sharp shoulder pain and a facial spasm. Treatment not covered by insurance so long term would be expensive.
    - NANCY M.
  • A
    Creative Child Development Center
    My grandson has been attending Creative Child since early 2010. My son and grandson were returning to Indianapolis after his wife's death, and Creative Child is across the street from my office. Neither of us had experience with any daycares in the Indianapolis/Greenwood area, and when I called them, they immediately said "We have a place for him. Don't worry about a thing." He has been attending Creative Child ever since.
    The staff is very caring. He loves his teachers, has lots of friends, and the instruction they provide has been wonderful. There are "add-on" programs that you can sign a child up for, too.
    My son lives in Center Grove, but loves Creative Child so much that he isn't even considering something closer to home. My son drops off in the morning, and I pick up in the afternoon, so it has worked out well.
    - Mary L.
  • A
    Healy, Dr. Joshua
    The treatment went very well and he even lessened the number of times I needed to be seen halfway through my treatment. I have a herniated disk in the middle of my spine and after seeing him for the full course of my treatment, I am not pain free and take ZERO pain medications. I now only see him every 4-6 weeks with the ability to call him anytime if necessary to get in sooner. His office manager/receptionist is always a complete pleasure to see and work with as well. I am very appreciative of Dr. Healy and he never tried to SELL me on anything more that what I needed, unlike some other chiropractors I have been to in the past.
    - SHELLY W.
  • F
    LIVING CHRIST FOR KIDS DAYCARE
    Horrible experience. Things seemed fine until he was moved to the toddler room. We started getting reports of him biting and he would come home with teeth marks on his arm. I know that kids that age will bite because they have no other form of communication. The director told us his biting was a problem and when I said that he is getting bitten too, she said that the other kids are learning it from our son. Our son was one of the youngest ones in the class! He had to have learned it from somewhere too, and that was the only place he ever bit. The real problem occurred when we found out that they were standing our 16 month old son in the corner...he was totally confused! When I said that I don't agree with standing him in the corner because it does not work and that our Pediatrician also did not agree with that form of punishment, the director told us it is up to their discretion. We we told when he moved to the toddler room that they practiced time out chairs, we were never told that had changed. We realized it when our son was going and standing in the corners at our house. It was actually very sad. We took our son out of that school and he has done great at the new daycare he attends. He has not had a single bite report and they practice time outs when necessary.
    - SHELLY W.
  • A
    Ritter, Dr. Merrill
    He is tremendous and is rated number two in the nation. He is professional and he listens very well; I would recommend him. He is top notch and I trust him because he is so knowledgeable. He wears cowboy boots all the time even in the operating room and very charming.
    - RICHARD AND BONNIE K.
  • C
    IUPUI Center for Young Children
    Though we had some great instructors and some great experiences in this school, when there were problems, the school was quick to circle the wagons, deflect the blame, and refuse to be accountable to help resolve the issues that we raised. First the good; there are some outstanding instructors at this school, who have devoted their life to making their rooms and the experiences of their students as good as they can be. There are many happy parents of IUPUI CCC students because of this, and I assume most parents are going to be thrilled with the level of care and education provided by IUPUI CCC. It's a great facility and they have a friendly staff and a good program. When things are good, they're great and we were very happy. However, our child eventually was moved to a room that was beyond the control of the staff responsible. By the time we left, I was witnessing frequent, sometimes, daily fights between the students, rampant aggressive behavior and a general lack of control. When my child's behavior deteriorated, the staff proved incapable of redirecting him and their remedies only succeeded in making his behavior worse. When we attempted to resolve our issues, we bumped up a rather inflexible bureaucracy that refused to adapt or behave situationally -- they would not implement our suggested (and effective) methods for "disciplining" our son but stuck with a technique that fed his attention seeking behavior (calling me to school when he was misbehaving and allowing him to throw tantrums in front of his classmates on a "rude rug"), they refused all accountability (lapsing into corporate non-apology apologies when we wanted them to acknowledge their own role in shaping our son's behavior) and they placed blame squarely on us and our son when he only misbehaved this way during the times he was in their care. After determining the IUPUI CCC was no longer a healthy environment for our son, we were allowed to terminate our contract . . . but still had to pay the last month's tuition in full at $175 a week). As an epilogue, our son's behavior improved almost immediately after removing him from the IUPUI CCC. He's back to the same person he was with during his first year there. My overall feelings toward the IUPUI CCC are mixed. There are some great things happening at that school and our first year was mostly an outstanding experience. However, this is a HUGE school and their cookie-cutter policies and inflexibility ultimately made them a poor choice for our son when he needed something different, than they were used to providing. If he'd had a better instructor with more experience and more control, if they had moved our son to a different room, or worked with us to help resolve the issues rather than threatening to terminate our contract, he'd probably still be there.
    - MELINDA O.
  • A
    MARIA MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
    This has been, by far, the best experience we have had with any childcare provider or preschool. My son is more autonomous, more confident, happier, and has certainly learned lot since enrolling. Though I had my doubts about the benefits of a Montessori style education versus a traditional daycare/preschool, seeing is believing. I consider his experience at the MMI school to be so positive that we are considering continuing his Montessori education through grade school at the main MM branch. Our son came to MMI from a daycare where there were frequent physical altercations in his classroom, where toys were competed for, where attention from the teachers was fought for, and as a result, he had developed some strong aggressive tendencies. The MMI staff reassured us that the structure of their Montessori classroom would allow my son to set boundaries with his co-students, that the rules of the classroom prevented other students from doing things our son would find confrontational, and that the problems would quickly dissipate. There was even a hint of cockiness when we enrolled; they had handled "problem children" before, and the problems were more often with the previous environment than the school itself. Even after just a month at MMI, it was obvious they were right again. The full details of the workings of a Montessori classroom are impossible to relate in full here, so I recommend reading up on line or setting an appointment with one of the teachers. Though I am completely sold on the Montessori method of instruction and believe the structure of this school is largely responsible for the success my son has experienced, the school would not operate nearly as well without the outstanding teaching staff. Preschool teachers at other schools often look like they've been through a firefight by the end of the day, but the MMI instructors always seemed composed, on top of the issues that did flare up, and reassuring rather than confrontational. When problems arise, they were cooperative, not accusatory, and quick to engage us. As for negatives: the cost of a MMI education is almost prohibitively expensive at $680 a month with pre-and-after-school-care for our three year old. Also, care only runs to 5:30 pm (and not 6:00 pm like most preschools), so it's quite a sprint from my work to the school during rush hour. Also, the school is out of session more often than most "preschools." There are spring and semester breaks, and breaks for teacher's conferences, etc. I believe care can be arranged with the main school during break periods at an additional cost, but this is an additional expense we didn't notice at first. Regardless, our experience has been so positive that we will continue on with MMI. The staff is excellent, our son is happy, he's more confident, and he's actively learning. I honestly couldn't ask for anything more from a school.
    - MELINDA O.
  • C
    OrthoIndy Hospital Main
    unknown
    - Sarah c.
  • A
    OrthoIndy West
    unknown
    - Sarah c.
  • A
    St. Francis Health
    They are really nice. I mostly go there on emergencies but they have quite a few doctors' offices there.
    - Lois L H.
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