Developmental Disabilities Program
Coordination of Community Services
Phone: 410.479.8075 Toll Free : 855.236.3079 Fax: 410-479-5383
Location: Second Floor, Rm. 207
The DDP assists individuals with developmental disabilities, who receive funding from the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), in obtaining the best and most appropriate services and supports to facilitate living a healthy and happy life within the community.
Our team is made up of experienced professionals skilled in:
+ Determining eligibility for services
+ Providing Targeted Case Management
+ Conducting comprehensive assessments
+ Developing a strength-based Individualized Life Plan
+ Connecting Clients with appropriate services tailored to meet their unique needs, preferences, and choice
+ Monitoring services obtained to assure quality and completion
+ Advocating for our Clients
Our Coordinators of Community Services (CCS) are trained, compassionate, and highly dedicated individuals driven to obtain and assure the quality of services persons with a disability need to not only live, but to thrive in their place of choice.
The DDP assists Transitioning Youth, under 18, and their families in planning for transition into the adult world.
We will help the student in accessing: The Governor's Transitioning Youth Initiative funding (GTYI), provide individualized planning and information about employment, benefits, advocacy, college, health insurance, housing, futures and estates planning, recreation, transportation, and more, based on their unique needs.
How to Apply for DDP Services
Eastern Shore Region
Contact (Click): DDA EASTERN SHORE REGIONAL OFFICE or Call 410-572-5920
An individual must have a severe chronic disability that:
> Is attributed to a mental and/or physical impairment;
> Is manifested before the age of 22;
> Is likely to continue indefinitely;
> Results in the inability to live independently without external support or continuing and regular assistance;
> Is addressed by a combination and sequence of special, multi-disciplinary or generic care, treatment or other services which are of
lifelong or extended duration and are individually planned and coordinated.
> Results in substantial functional limitations in at least 3 areas of major life activities:
o Self Care
o Receptive & Expressive Language
o Capacity For Independent Living
> Name, address, and phone number
> Date of birth
> Social Security number
> Insurance information (e.g. Medical assistance, Medicare, SSDI)
> Type of service being sought (e.g. day, residential or support services)
> Documentation of disability
> Primary contact person and their phone number
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Services such as:
- Residential & Community Support Living
- Supportive Employment
- Respite & Low Intensity Integrated Support Services
If you want to apply for services, please see the above section "How to Apply for DDP Services"