Caring for a loved one who has an intellectual and developmental disability is very rewarding, especially when you see them reach toward their full potential. At times, it can also be confusing, overwhelming, and stressful.
If you’re wondering how to get more support, we can help. Down below we have laid out a step-by-step process for balancing or increasing the assistance you get as a caregiver.
For almost 40-years we have provided services to Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, so we understand how to find important resources. We offer programs where adults with a wide range of needs can grow and be self-reliant.
Three Ways to Get Support For Your Loved One
Regional Centers are nonprofit private corporations that contract with the Department of Developmental Services to provide or coordinate services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities. To find your local Regional Center, click here.
Talk with your loved one’s doctor to find local resources that can help get the social services he or she needs for an enriching, self-reliant life in your community.
Contact us and we can help you get started in finding local resources, connecting you with a Regional Center or discovering care options that may be available for your loved one.