Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
The Office of Licensing, Certification and Regulation (OLCR) is responsible for issuing HCBS certificates. All individuals and provider agencies are required to have an HCBS certificate in order to provide services to DDD members. HCBS Certification ensures that all individuals providing direct care have met qualifications for assisting individuals with developmental disabilities.
These services include:
- Attendant Care
- Day Treatment and Training
- Personal Care
- Respite Care
- Therapy Services
- Several other services designed for DDD members
Developmental Home Licensing
A Developmental Home is a residential setting in a family home in which a licensed caregiver provides 24-hour care and supervision for up to three individuals with developmental disabilities. Services include room and board, habilitation, providing appropriate personal care and supervision. Child Developmental Homes serve individuals under the age of 18. Adult Developmental Homes serve individuals ages 18 and over.