FAQ

Q: Do you accept waiver funds or Medicaid as payment?
A: Currently the SDC is unable to accept waiver funds or Medicaid for our services.

Q: What types of financial assistance could be used for the SDC’s services?
A: The IFSP fund is available to those that qualify on the Intellectual Disability/Developmental Disability (ID/DD) Waiver wait list.

Q: What population and age group does the SDC serve?
A: Our programs are for developmentally and intellectually disabled adults ages 18 and above.

Q: Is the SDC a day support center?
A: No, the SDC does not provide day support services. We focus on providing instruction and preparation on independent living and prevocational skills to improve individuals’ success in future employment.

Q: Does the SDC close for national holidays and inclement weather?
A: Yes, the SDC closes for national holidays and in the event of inclement weather.

Q: How is the SDC staff qualified to serve my developmentally delayed adult?
A: Staff at the SDC has extensive experience working with the special needs population. Staff and board members hold B.A., B.S., MEd., and RN degrees. Several of the staff have training in Picture Exchange Communication, TEACCH, and ABA. Presently, a Spanish interpreter is also available.

Q: Why would a parent use your services instead of other agencies?
A: We have a small staff to client ratio and are able to be flexible enough to meet each person’s needs. Our goal is to provide quality services that focus on life-long skills towards independence.

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