Medicaid offers participants the option to opt for self-directed funds to be used at places like the PIER Center for Life Enrichment. This is a great resource for families who are not able to pay for our day program on their own.
Click HERE for information on Self-Directed Services through Medicaid.
Is lack of transportation preventing you from considering day program offerings? Common Courtesy has implemented a new Ride Share pilot program will get eligible participants from point A to point B quickly and easily. The program will serve as a supplement to the Dial-A-Ride services. Rides are provided by a background check approved driver through Uber or Lyft. Click HERE for more details and find out how to sign up.
It can be a lonely and overwhelming place trying to navigate Medicaid Waiver Services, Social Security Benefits, finding support groups, or a church that is welcoming to people with a developmental disability and their families. DDM is committed to helping families find solutions, resources, and provide education to people with I/DD and their families.
Please visit our website for resource/reference materials.
Click HERE for more details and find out how to sign up.