To receive services, all individuals must be eligible and require an assessment.
The following information is for individuals and families. We encourage you to browse the resources below that have been provided. If you need further information, please call or email us. We hope you find it helpful!
Service and Support Administration (SSA):
Service and Support Administrators coordinate individualized services and connect people with developmental disabilities to community resources. At least annually, an individual’s needs are assessed and a person-centered individual service plan (ISP) is developed, implemented and monitored.
Additionally, the SSAs may:
- Identify needs, concerns, and goals of individuals and/or families
- Monitor the progress of the ISP to ensure services are appropriate and maintain health and safety
- Provide options for service providers (personal care, employment supports, transportation, equipment, etc)
- Assist with residential needs
- Assist to Transition plans (ages 14-22) for moving from school into adulthood
- Provide referrals and assistance in areas such as Social Security, guardianship, Medicaid, waiting lists, community resources, etc.