Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

​Overview

Each client and their family work directly with a CIIS program services coordinator to develop a comprehensive plan to address the client’s specific disability needs. With the plan in place, the service coordinator assists the family in gaining access to supports. Learn more about Individual Su​pport Plans​.

 

Examples of CIIS Supports

Some examples of supports that CIIS clients might receive:

  • In-home caregiver supports
  • Medical or sensory equipment
  • Adaptive technology
  • Professional consultation and training from a Registered Nurse or Behavior Professional
  • Accessibility modifications to a child’s home or vehicle
  • Family Training
  • Specialized supplies
  • Skilled nursing supports in the home (Medically Fragile program only)

 

Services and Items not Covered by CIIS

The program does not provide funding for any item or service that duplicates that which could be paid for by insurance or other resources. CIIS supports are intended to supplement, not replace, the supports available to our clients from their families, communities, schools and other public or private agencies. CIIS funding will not be provided for any item or procedure that may present a danger to the child or that is not in compliance with state and federal law.

CIIS Quick Links

  
CIIS
CIIS Programs: Eligibility and Referral
CIIS Services and Supports
CIIS Forms
Contact CIIS

 

Helpful Links

  
211 Info
FACT Oregon
Find a Behavior Professional
eXPRS Login
Personal Support Worker Contacts and Resources
PPL – Better Online
Steps to Success
Oregon Home Care Commission
Instructions for DHS Secure Email Portal
DHS Secure Email Portal