Intellectual and developmental disability


Blended Supports

Blended Supports provides multiple services that enhance an individual’s ability to live in their community as specified in their Individual Plan. This service is specifically designed to result in learned outcomes, but can also include elements of personal support that occur naturally during the course of the day.

Companion Supports

Companion Supports is a non-medical care service that provides adults with the opportunity to maintain their independence, and an active lifestyle. Companions may assist with meals, hygiene and light housekeeping tasks, between one and four hours per day. The individual requesting this service will be the recipient of services and will direct what they would like the companion to do while they are together.

Individualized Day Supports

Individualized Day Supports provide opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to engage in meaningful community activities and experiences. Services are tailored to the individuals specific personal outcomes related to the acquisition, improvement, and/or retention of skills and abilities to prepare and support the individual for work and/or community participation.


Respite care provides short-term relief for family/primary caregivers of individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). Respite can be arranged for an afternoon or for several days or weeks. Care can be provided in a private family or personal home.

Individualized Home Supports

Individual Home Supports provides assistance with acquisition, improvement and/or retention of skills that support your ability to live in your community. This service allows for a combination of habilitative and personal support activities as they would naturally occur during the course of a day. 

Intellectual and developmental disability


View eligibility requirements and services an individuals may be eligible for through the following waivers and programs

Comprehensive Supports (COMP)

The COMP Waiver provides services to individuals who reside in licensed settings, or who reside in a personal home and require a comprehensive array of services. This waiver provides for a broader array of supports so that individuals with more comprehensive needs can also choose a personalized package of support necessary to remain in their own or their family home.

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Individual & Family Supports

The goals of the Individual and Family Support waiver are to provide flexible and necessary supports and services for children and adults eligible for services through DDS. IFS Waiver supports and encourages participants through individualized and non-licensed service options such as, personal support, adult companion, respite, and individualized day supports.

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Employment & Day Supports

The Employment and Day Supports waiver is designed to support individuals who in their own/family home and have a strong natural support system. This includes children under 21 and individuals over the age of 18 who require career development, supported employment or community based day supports, respite, and/or behavioral supports to remain in their own/family home.

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