DD Services is a community developmental disability program contracted by the State of Oregon to provide people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities specialized case management services.
A person is considered for eligibility if they are identified through the Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs)Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) as having an Intellectual Disability or a Developmental Disability.
Anyone who meets the criteria of Intellectual Disability/Developmental Disability (ID/DD) attributable to a neurological disabling condition that requires training or support similar to that required by individuals with ID/DD while having significant adaptive deficits are eligible, when these conditions occurred prior to age 18 for ID/DD or age 22 for a Developmental Disability other than Intellectual Disability.
The chart below depicts the OAR definitions of ID/DD as defined in OAR 411-320-0080.
The graphic below outlines the referral process to apply for DD Services.
- Providing every opportunity to involve individuals that we serve in decision making processes and respecting the individual's right to make life choices.
- Striving for a healthy and safe environment.
- Providing timely response to customer needs.
- Ensuring culturally sensitive services and supports are provided in the least restrictive setting possible.
- Providing leadership that supports creativity designed to continually improve systems and services.
- Creating, evaluating and maintaining transparent processes.
- Being good stewards of public funds