Residential Services

Frequently Asked Questions
Fall/winter 2004, and summer 2005.
54.

  • 17 in RiversBend
  • 13 in Horseshoe Park
  • 8 in each cottage
Contact needs to be made with Human Services at which time a Development Disability Program Manager (DDPM) will be assigned to the case. They will then forward information to state agencies for potential openings/placements through therap, an online notification/documentation system.
Contact needs to be made with Human Services at which time a Development Disability Program Manager (DDPM) will be assigned to the case. They will then forward information to state agencies for potential openings/placements through therap, an online notification/documentation system.
Potential clients must have a development disabilities diagnosis and referred to us via Human Services Department. Once the referral is obtained our admissions committee which is an multidisciplinary team with members from Nursing, Therapy, Education, Administration and Behavioral. They look at the current openings, the potential client’s needs, appropriate fit with other clients, and adequate staffing levels.

The potential clients must have a developmental disability.

Residents are able to reside at ACC until they are 21 years of age at which time they graduate. Prior to graduation team members work towards finding an appropriate living setting with the assistance of DDPM’s.
No, ACC does offer education for kids who reside at home or elsewhere.