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Developmentally Disabled Services
The developmentally disabled need extra services to help them with everyday tasks. Services geared toward helping people with disabilities, injuries, and terminal illnesses include personal care, meal preparation, medication, and education. Those who can't live strictly on their own due to their disability may need help with housing, personal hygiene, job searches, and social activities. Developmentally disabled individuals may live within nursing homes, rehab centers, assisted living apartments and homes, shelters, or projects. Some have a greater degree of independence, while others rely on assistance for nearly all skills. Adults and children may require housekeeping, learning opportunities, and employment. Through innovative programs, in-home helping hands, physical therapy, and life coaching, developmentally disabled services can have a positive impact on individuals who just can't do it alone. Services may involve various professionals with different skill sets, such as residential care, case management, occupational therapy, and speech and language. They can all help the disabled, seniors, veterans, the terminally ill, and children with physical or mental disabilities. Some services are offered with an adult day care setting, while others are more clinical in nature and take place within a rehab center for physical therapy. Emergency care, in-home assistance with day-to-day living, wheelchair rentals, and employment training are just a few of the offered services within communities for children and other individuals. They may require the respite and medical care necessary to thrive in a community, and with such services, can be presented with alternatives to living alone with their disability. Looking for developmentally disabled services for your loved one? Start with their primary care doctor, who can give you referrals to the best agencies, services, and organizations geared toward assisting and helping people with health or safety needs.
 
 
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Living Independently Is For Everyone
1365 N. Johnson Ave, Suite 103, El Cajon, CA 92020
We offer a Community Based Day Program and Independent Living Services to individuals with developmental disabilities. We strive to empower our consumers to develop their capabilities.
(619) 908-1193
Mentors for Life Ils Program
5230 N. Clark Ave, Suite 19, Lakewood, CA 90712
Certified Direct Support Professionals Working To Enhance The Quality Of Life For Adults With Developmental Disabilities.
(714) 353-2970
Developmentally Disabled-S D Regional Center for
4355 Ruffin Rd Ste 114, San Diego, CA 92123
(858) 576-2996
Unyeway Inc
Chula Vista, CA 91912
(619) 691-6346
ARC Mid Cities
17251 17th St, Tustin, CA 92780
(714) 285-2645
No Ordinary Moments Inc
Huntington Beach, CA 92605
(714) 847-8897
Active Force Foundation
17281 Scottsdale Rd, Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 780-9166
Center for Autism and Related Disorders Inc.
7145 Magnolia Ave, Riverside, CA 92504
(951) 686-2020
Supporting Unlimited Possibilities
14161 Elsworth St, Moreno Valley, CA 92553
(951) 697-0804
T Ask Inc.
100 W Cerritos Ave, Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 533-8275
Unlimited Frontiers
Redlands, CA 92374
(909) 793-0142
Inland Regional Center Inc
1365 S Waterman Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 890-3000


Those who are developmentally disabled often need care and assistance to help them get the assistance they need and to learn life skills that will help them operate as independently as possible. Disabilities can often be overcoming when a person receives the right kind of training. Those with serious disabilities, though, might still need assistance and care for certain parts of their lives. There are several different types of programs that can offer these services. Some individuals prefer using in-home services while others prefer residential services because they involve them in activities and training. These residential services often offer apartments, houses, or other types of rentals and community housing projects that offer housekeeping services and give personal hygiene assistance and meal preparation services to those who need them. Innovative programs often find ways to produce positive impacts on individuals on a case by case basis. Not all disabled person need the same services. While some people might need respite services or emergency shelters, others might need coaches or educational activities. These activities are often used for helping people learn the skills they need to get a job. Employment is often an empowering step for disabled persons that allows them to live independent lives. Helping disabled people find employment can often be accomplished with day classes. Those who need more help with life management, though, might need alternatives like residential programs. This community helps people learn life management skills, provides them with training and activities that prepares them for facing life's challenges with their disabilities. These programs provide assisting personnel for those that need to learn these skills.
 
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