Ages 22 and Older
Cuyahoga DD supports adults as they face many important decisions, such as where to live, where to work, forming new friendships, and exploring interests in the community. Based on needs and desires, there are a variety of services and providers available to support adults with developmental disabilities in Cuyahoga County. Your Support Administrator (SA) or other Cuyahoga DD staff will help you plan for your needs and identify providers, including community-based agencies, that can help you live a meaningful life.
Planning support to help you address needs
A Support Administrator is the main point of contact for most adults who are determined eligible for services.
Behavior and Health Supports
Cuyahoga DD provides a wide range of behavior supports to help people thrive in the home, community and workplace.
Learn about the different occupational, physical, and speech/language therapies available.
Assistive Technology (or AT) is any interactive item that can help you increase or maintain your independence, skills, and involvement in the community.
Housing supports may be available to assist you to remain in your current home or to explore new options.
Travel Assessment and Training
Cuyahoga DD community access specialists can help you build skills to go out into the community using different methods, like walking, biking, or using public transportation.
Supports for Job Seekers
Learn how you can get support to find a job, maintain your job or get a better job.