The Developmental Disabilities program provides services in a number of areas. Eligibility for specific programs varies based on individual need and circumstance.

Comprehensive Services

The state and federally funded Developmental Disability (DD) Program serves children (birth to 17) and adults (18 and older) with developmental disabilities (i.e., Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, Intellectual Disability, etc.) throughout Klamath County. The DD program collaborates closely with other county, state and local agencies to provide comprehensive services in such areas as:

  1. Services
  2. Residential
  3. Employment
  4. Crisis
  5. Family Support
  6. Home Supports
  7. Foster Care
  8. Licensing

Services Coordination

A services coordinator provides assistance in identifying, accessing and coordinating services. The services coordinator assures the delivery of services and supports required by an individual with an intellectual and/or developmental disability.


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