Ages 16 through adult

We strive to empower individuals with developmental disabilities to live, learn, work and participate in the community.

Service and Support Administrators (SSA)

SSAs coordinate services for any person age three or older who meets qualifications and requests involvement with the Board. An SSA connects with families to identify beneficial supports, then links people to the most appropriate services to meet these needs.

SSA responsibilities include:

  • Determining eligibility for services
  • Providing information, referral and linkage
  • Developing Individual Service Plans (ISPs)
  • Assisting with provider and service selection
  • Monitoring services
  • Reporting and addressing Major Unusual Incidents (MUIs)

Residential Services

SSAs are responsible for coordinating residential supports using a person-centered approach to meet each individual’s needs. Residential services are provided through the following support packages:

  • Medicaid Individual Options Waiver
  • Medicaid Level One Waiver
  • Medicaid Self-Empowered Life Funding Waiver
  • Supported Living

Transition Services

The Transition Services Specialist (TSS) assists people transitioning from school to work.

The TSS is responsible for the following supports:

  • Assessing vocational interests
  • Assessing skills
  • Identifying employment outcomes
  • Acting as a liaison between families, employment counselors and vendors
  • Facilitating transition partnerships

Community Employment Services

The Employment Navigator (EN) assists people aged 22 or older in finding employment opportunities.

The EN is responsible for the following supports:

  • Acting as a liaison between families, employment counselors and vendors
  • Identifying potential business partners
  • Organizing employer outreach
  • Identifying and addressing individual barriers to employment

Adult Services

Adult Services offer opportunities for individuals to attend traditional workshop employment, day habilitation services or employment in an enclave setting. PCBDD partners with a variety of local vendors to provide these services.

Health and Respite Services

Health and respite services assist individuals and families with health and respite-related expenses. Eligible services through health and respite funding may include:

  • Respite care
  • Medical co-pays
  • Medical supplies
  • Durable medical equipment
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Emergency response systems
  • Home modifications
  • Therapies, as prescribed by a physician