INTELLECTUAL/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

  • Administration for Community Living

    The U.S. Government organization responsible for implementation of the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000, known as the DD Act.
     

  • Affordable Care Act and People with Developmental Disabilities Guide

    West Virginians for Affordable Health Care guide.
     

  • American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    Promoters of progressive policies, sound research, effective practices and universal human rights for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
     

  • Cerebral Palsy Guidance

    A comprehensive informational website on cerebral palsy.
     

  • Cerebral Palsy Guide

    Cerebral Palsy Guide helps children and families in need, by extending medical options, educational information financially and emotionally supportive tools to those affected by cerebral palsy.
     

  • Disability Scoop

    "The Premier Source for Developmental Disability News"
     

  • e-Buddies

    In e-Buddies, people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism and Down syndrome, come together online to form friendships and a community that celebrates their diversity of character and abilities.
     

  • Family Handbook on Future Planning

    A Family Handbook on Future Planning is a guide to help families develop a future plan for their sons or daughters with cognitive, intellectual or developmental disabilities that provides personal, financial and legal protections for these individuals after the parents either die or can no longer provide care or support. The Arc of the United States and Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Developmental Disabilities Department of Disability and Human Development College of Applied Health Sciences University of Illinois at Chicago.
     

  • Foundation for the Challenged Community Living Fund

    We ensure people with intellectual and developmental disabilities experience a more purposeful quality of life by providing them with charitable support and affordable, community-based housing.
     

  • Partners in Policymaking Self-Advocacy Course

    The goal of Partners in Policymaking is to educate participants to be active partners with those who make policy. They will become partners in policymaking. The idea is to develop partnerships that are based on positive relationships. In today?s political climate of radical change, Partners graduates must work harder than ever to prevent the loss of basic rights for people with disabilities. Partners graduates can change the future by influencing public policy today.
     

  • Potomac Center, Inc.

    Potomac Center, Inc. is an independent, not-for-profit, private organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Since 1980, we have provided residential assistance and support to both children and adults with developmental disabilities as they learn the skills needed to live successful lives.
     

  • Self-Advocacy Online

    The Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC) at The University of Minnesota and The Arc have partnered to support an innovative website specifically for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) to help them advocate for themselves and take charge of their lives.
     

  • The Arc Center for Future Planning

    The Arc has created the Center for Future Planning to encourage and support individuals with I/DD and their families to plan for the future.
     

  • ThinkWork

    The ThinkWork project offers a collection of training materials, publications, and research findings that promote successful employment outcomes for individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
     

  • West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Division of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

    Provides leadership, facilitation, technical assistance and funding to support children and adults who have intellectual/developmental disabilities.
     

  • West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council

    The Council's mission is to assure that West Virginians with developmental disabilities receive the services, supports and opportunities they need to achieve independence, productivity, integration and inclusion into the community of their choice.
     

  • West Virginia Medicaid Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Waiver Manual

    Direct link to the current manual for the WV Medicaid I/DD Waiver Program.


     

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday:  8:30 am - 4:30 pm

1207 Quarrier Street, Suite 400

Charleston, WV  25301

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