Programs and Services | Disabled and Mental Health
|Service:||Adaptive Equipment | Division Home|
|About:||This service is for the purchase, leasing and repair of adaptive, therapeutic and augmentative equipment. This equipment must be required for the individual to increase, maintain or improve their ability to perform daily life tasks.|
|Service:||Developmental Day Treatment Clinic Services (DDTCS) | Division Home|
|About:||A Developmental Day Treatment Clinic Service provides an array of comprehensive day treatment (services) to individuals with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities in a clinic setting.
Core services that may be provided in accordance with the license granted to the clinic by the Division of Developmental Disabilities Services (DDS) include the following:
Diagnosis and Evaluation – process of determining a person’s eligibility for habilitation services in one of the three levels of care
Habilitation – instruction in areas of self-help, socialization, communication etc. Habilitation activities must be based on the goals and objectives of the individualized plan of care.
DDTCS core services are provided at three levels of care. The levels of care are:
|Service:||Developmental Disability Respite Care | Division Home|
|About:||Respite care is a service provided to or for any waiver individual who are unable to care for themself on a short-term basis. This may be due to the absence of or need for relief of non-paid indi-viduals who normally provide the care. Non-paid individuals may include parents of minors, primary caregivers and spouses of participants, grandparents, friends and relatives.|