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What is Siskin Children’s Institute?
Learn more about the Institute in our About Us section.
Who do you serve?
We serve children with and without disabilities as well as families, caregivers and professionals such as educators and physicians who work with children.
Don’t you only help kids with disabilities?
No, we also serve typically developing children in many ways.
Who oversees your organization?
We are a private non-profit organization that is guided by our Board of Directors. To help ensure the quality of our programs, we are routinely evaluated by the state of
Tennessee, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and other accrediting organizations and agencies.
I am a parent of a child with a disability. Where can I get help?
A good place to start is with our Family Support Coordinator.
How do I enroll my child at Siskin Early Learning Centers?
Visit our Education section for information about our admission process.
How do I get an appointment at the pediatric center?
Visit our Health Care section for information about scheduling an appointment with our medical staff.
Are Siskin Children's Institute and
Hospital the same thing?
No. While we were founded by the same family, Siskin Children’s Institute and
Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation are separate entities. The Institute focuses on serving children with and without disabilities, and the rehab hospital provides physical rehabilitation to people of all ages.
How can I get more involved with the Institute?
Siskin Children's Institute is always excited for community members to donate their time or resources to help us achieve our mission. You can support the Institute through the 365 Club, attending special events or donating your time as a volunteer. For more ways to support the Institute, visit our Ways to Give section.
Siskin Children's Institute seeks to affirm the dignity and worth of every person. It is, therefore, the policy of the Institute to practice and ensure the fair and equitable treatment of all constituents with respect to race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, political belief, socio-economic status, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. The Institute promotes the full realization of this policy through all organizational practices including admission and participation in programs and services.