Developmental Disabilities

Who is eligible for Developmental Disabilities Services?

Case management services are available to children and adults with developmental disabilities. A MnCHOICES assessment is the first step in determining if an individual qualifies for services. The individual must have a documented diagnosis of intellectual disability or a related condition. A related condition means a severe, chronic disability resulting in impairment of intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior. The individual must have substantial functional limitations in areas such as self-care, learning, mobility, communication self-direction and independent living. The assessment to determine IQ and functional skills must be conducted by a licensed psychologist or school psychologist.

What help is available through Developmental Disabilities services?

The following services may be coordinated through the case manager:
  • Home and Community Based Waiver Services (DD, CADI, CAC, BI waivers)
  • Family Support Grant
  • Semi Independent Living Services (SILS)
  • Residential Services
  • Respite Services (In home and Out of home)
  • Transition Planning
  • Crisis Services
  • Consumer Support Grant
  • Home or Vehicle modifications


For more information call 218-387-3620 to request a developmental disabilities intake appointment.

Contact Us


Grace Bushard
Social Services Supervisor
e-mail


Martina Williams
Social Services Supervisor
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Cook County Courthouse
411 W. 2nd Street
Grand Marais, MN 55604

Phone:
218.387.3620
Fax: 218.387.3020

Hours
Monday – Friday
8am – 4pm
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