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Services for Adults
At Riverside, our team of experienced Service & Support Administrators (SSAs) are dedicated to helping adults of all ages identify their life goals through tools like of the Charting the LifeCourse.
Our SSAs help adults develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP) and determine what they want out of life. Activities to consider include post-secondary education, part or full-time employment, volunteering, independent living, including Intermediate Care facilities (see links:
DODD Online Search Tool for Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) and DODD Electronic ICF Informational Booklet,)
personal relationships and recreation and Special Olympics programs.
For more about our Adult Services, please contact us. If you believe you or someone you know is eligible for our services, learn more about our eligibility criteria and process on our Eligibility page.
Discover the right living situation for you.
What is an SSA?
Service & Support Administrators (SSAs), or case managers, work with the people we serve and their families or caregivers to provide them with the resources and support they need.
We encourage the people we serve to learn more about speaking up for themselves and making informed decisions in their lives.
Charting the LifeCourse was created by families to help people of all abilities develop a vision for a good life.
CtLC was originally created by the University of Missouri-Kansas City Institute for Human Development, Missouri's UCEDD. We have modified it to help those we serve determine their definition of a fulfilled life.
Hear from Riverside Superintendent Brian Green as he talks with DODD Director Jeff Davis about how Riverside puts the LifeCourse tools into practice.
There are a wide variety of residential service options for adults with developmental disabilities in Miami County.
From looking for a new home to finding extra support around the home, our SSAs help adults find the right option for them. SSAs coordinate residential supports, which are provided by our provider partner agencies.
Some of the residential options available include shared living, in-home support, adult family living and assistive technology and remote support services.
In Miami County, people with developmental disabilities can explore a variety of careers. We collaborate with state agencies and local service providers to create successful experiences for the person and the business.
With programs such as Life Skills courses, Aktion Club and Bicycle Safety Classes, we encourage everyone to do things that make them happy and empower them to explore new adventures.
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