Services such as Adult Day Services (ADS) and Homemaker Personal Care (HPC) are provided by a network of provider agencies and over 120+ independent providers. The list below shows which agencies are certified to provide services in Miami County. If you have any questions, please consult your SSA to help walk you through the Provider Selection process in Miami County.

You may also search for certified provider agencies by using the DODD Provider Search Tool and Provider Guide Plus. These resources offer additional information to those eligible for services and their families, including provider reviews from other families, compliance reports and more. For more about our provider partners and Riverside's relationship with them, please contact us.

Our Provider Partners

Adult Day Services

Adult Day Programs are non-vocational day services provided by provider agencies and typically consist of assessing interests, supports and services provided at centers in the community. Supporting and supervising individuals in the area of personal care include attending to their personal hygiene, eating assistance, communication, mobility and restroom assistance. This support will help ensure a person's ability to experience and participate in community life. For a list of certified Adult Day Service providers in Miami County, click here.

Homemaker/Personal Care - HPC and Transportation Services

Homemaker/Personal Care, often called HPC or in-home supports, services support a person to be more independent while meeting their daily living needs. Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) help people with household chores and personal care, including things like:

  • getting dressed and keeping clean
  • making food
  • managing money to pay household bills
  • cleaning and doing laundry,
  • getting out and being a part of the community
  • helping people to get to medical and dental appointments or other health care services
HPC also includes support that improves a person’s ability to express their opinions and choices. For a list of certified HPC providers in Miami County, click here.

Non-Medical Transportation

Non-Medical Transportation assists a person with transportation to their day services, employment services, or places of employment. For a list of certified Non-Medical Transportation providers in Miami County, click here.

Employment Support

Job coaches from our provider partners or other local private agencies ensure the people we serve have the training and support they need to meet their responsibilities and grow as an employee. Support is available for a variety of employment options for the person served, including career planning, group employment and vocational habilitation. For a list of certified Employment Supports providers in Miami County, please click here.

Shared Living

Ohio Shared Living (OSL) is an option for people with a developmental disability to get the support they need while living with a paid caregiver. This option is a long-term commitment that results in lifelong relationships. For a list of certified Ohio Shared Living provider agencies in Miami County, please click here.

Remote Supports

Assistive Technology (AT), also known as Remote Supports, offers people with developmental disabilities personalized help with daily tasks at home or at work. Remote Supports, covered by Medicaid waivers, uses two-way communication in real time, like Skype or FaceTime, so a person can talk with their direct service provider, even when the provider is not in the home. The service also includes supports like sensors that can call for help in the event of a fall or cameras that show who is at the door. For a list of certified Remote Supports provider agencies in Miami County, please click here.

Adult Day Services (ADS)


Employment Support


Homemaker/Personal Care (HPC) and Transportation Services


Non-Medical Transportation (NMT)


Remote Supports


Shared Living


What is a

Service Provider?

Check out this Easy Read Guide from DODD about service providers, what they do and hear other's testimony about their service providers.

Agency Providers

Agency providers employ people to provide services to people with developmental disabilities.

Provider agencies are responsible for ensuring staff complete required training and background checks. Staff must also hold a valid certification in first aid and CPR and provide specific documentation when applying for DODD certification.

Independent Providers

Self-employed, independent providers provide direct services to those with developmental disabilities.

Like agency providers, independent providers must also complete required training, background checks and certifications to be DODD certified. To help you through this process, DODD has some key suggestions to remember when applying.



DODD certifies independent and agency providers. Applicants must meet qualifications, pay a non-refundable fee and include supporting documentation with their application.



As we collaborate with local providers to increase provider support and ensure quality support for those we serve, Riverside offers free trainings for all DSPs.