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Intellectual Disabilities

IntellectualDisability (2).JPGIntellectual Disability (ID) Support Coordination assists people with intellectual disabilities.  Group coordinators assess and link individuals and families to needed vocational, recreational and residential programs. Services may include:

  • Information and referral to appropriate services
  • Help in accessing vocational, recreational, residential or other services
  • Support and guidance to the consumer and their family
  • Facilitating the delivery of service through an interdisciplinary approach
  • Assisting clients in the receipt of Waiver or SPO Medicaid
  • Coordination of services on behalf of individuals
  • Monitoring the ongoing provision of services and satisfaction of the individuals for the services provided
Special Needs Trust
A Special Needs Trust provides people with disabilities the opportunity to have a trust fund that will not jeopardize public entitlement benefits, such as Medicaid and SSI. A Special Needs Trust is established by the family for the benefit of their loved one with a disability. A Pooled Disability Trust is established by the person with a disability who has received a sum of money.
 
The ARC of Northern Virginia
 The Arc of Northern Virginia is a local affiliate of the largest non-profit organization supporting thousands of people and families living with cognitive, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. To learn more about the trust, visit their website; call  (703) 208-1119 Ext 115 or  e-mail: tia.marsili@thearcofnova.org.
 
The Commonwealth Community Trust (CCT)
 CCT is a statewide, nonprofit organization that is governed by a board of advisors. Learn more on their website, call  888-241-6039 (outside Richmond) or 804-740-6930 or  e-mail: jmarcuscomtrust@aol.com
 
 

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