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Supports for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Seniors and People with Disabilities Developmental Disabilities Program (SPD) offers services to adults ranging from supports to assist an individual to live in their own home or with family or friends, to 24-hour comprehensive services. Services offered have specific eligibility standards and are accessed through the local Community Developmental Disabilities Program (CDDP).

An Individual Support Plan is established with each adult to identify supports provided based upon their health and safety needs, interests, choices and goals. Each plan is uses a person-centered planning process. Tools and forms are available.

Brokerage Support Services for Adults offers a variety supports for individuals living in their own or their family home. The Staley lawsuit settlement agreement and self-determination provide the foundation for services. Persons enrolled in support services have their own budget and the authority to hire and manage service providers. Supports are available at home and to assist in community involvement including work.

Also see: Employment Support

Comprehensive Supports for Adults is considered 24 hour with support at home and assistance to achieve employment and or community inclusion. For adults who can no longer live at home residence in foster care, group home, or Eastern Oregon Training Center may be considered.


Also see: Employment Support