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Developmental & Intellectual Disability (DD) Agencies

Developmental & Intellectual Disability (D/ID) Agencies provide services to individuals with developmental disabilities, such as intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, or cerebral palsy. Services may include residential supports, day programs, behavior therapy, and specialized therapies.

Most Common D/ID Provider Types

The availability of these D/ID provider types and the specific services they offer may vary by location. However, you not worry with The Waiver Consulting Group's 20 years of experience on your side. 

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I/DD Provider Types

Residential Group Homes Provider

These agencies operate group homes where individuals with developmental disabilities live in a supportive environment. Staff provides 24/7 assistance with daily living activities, personal care, and supervision.

Community Living Support Provider

These agencies offer support services to individuals with developmental disabilities who live in their own homes or with their families. They provide assistance with tasks such as meal preparation, household chores, medication management, and community integration.

Day Program Or Day Habilitation Program Providers

Day programs or day habilitation centers provide structured activities and skill-building opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities during daytime hours. These programs focus on enhancing socialization, communication, vocational skills, and community participation.

Vocational Rehabilitation Service Providers

Vocational rehabilitation agencies assist individuals with developmental disabilities in developing job skills, finding employment opportunities, and providing ongoing support in the workplace. They may offer vocational training, job coaching, and job placement services.

Behavior Therapy and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Providers: 

 These agencies specialize in providing behavior therapy services, including ABA, to individuals with developmental disabilities. They focus on improving behavior, communication skills, social skills, and reducing challenging behaviors.

Specialized Therapy Providers

These agencies offer specialized therapies tailored to the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Examples include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and sensory integration therapy.

Case Management Agencies:

Case management agencies play a vital role in coordinating services for individuals with developmental disabilities. They assess needs, develop individualized service plans, and connect individuals to appropriate resources and supports.

Respite Care Providers: 

Respite care agencies offer temporary relief to primary caregivers by providing short-term care and supervision to individuals with developmental disabilities. This allows caregivers to take breaks or attend to other responsibilities.

Assistive Technology Providers: 

These agencies specialize in providing and maintaining assistive technology devices and equipment that help individuals with developmental disabilities improve their independence, communication, mobility, and daily living skills.

Advocacy and Support Organizations: 

These organizations provide support, information, and advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. They may offer parent support groups, self-advocacy training, education on rights and benefits, and resources for navigating the system.

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