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I-DD/NC Innovation Services is a resource for funding services and supports for Medicaid beneficiaries with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities.  This service allows these individuals the opportunity to be served in their homes as well as in the community. 

I-DD Innovation Services include:

  • Community Networking:  Individual day activities that support the individual's definition of a meaningful day in an integrated community setting, with persons who are not disabled.  This service enables the individual to increase or maintain their capacity for independence and develop social roles valued by non-disabled members of the community.

  • Personal Care Services:  Personal Care Services include support, supervision, and engaging participation with eating, bathing, dressing, personal hygiene and other activities of daily living.  The flexibility of activities may encourage the individual to maintain skills gained during habilitation while also providing supervision for independent activities.

  • Respite:  Respite care is a service that provides temporary relief for the family or primary caregiver.  Respite care may be used for circumstances such as family emergencies, business trips, vacations, or to allow the caregiver to take a break from the daily routine and stress.

  • Day Support:  This service is primarily a group service that provides assistance to the individual with acquisition, retention, or improvement in self-help, socialization and adaptive skills.  Day Supports focus on enabling the individual to attain or maintain his or her maximum functional level and is coordinated with any physical, occupational, or speech therapies listed in the Individual Support Plan.

  • Developmental Therapy:  Developmental Therapy is a developmental disability service that includes the assessment, treatment, and instruction of individuals in the acquisition of activities of daily living skills that a recipient has not gained at the normal developmental stages in his or her life, or is not likely to develop without training or therapy beyond age appropriate learning situations.  This service can include training i self advocacy and rights, the development of positive social behaviors, and the development of parenting skills.

  • In-Home Skill Building:  In-Home Skill Building provides habilitation and skill building to enable the individual to acquire and maintain skills, which supports more independence.  In-Home Skill Building augments the family and natural supports of the individual and consists of an array of services that are required to maintain and assist the individual to live in community settings.


I-DD/NC Innovation Services are provided out of the following offices.  To receive more information, contact one of our IDD Coordinators:

Greenville, NC 252-353-8452 Samantha Roach
     
Morehead City, NC 252-726-9006 Angie Williamson
     
New Bern, NC 252-636-6105 Angie Williamson
     
Rocky Mount/Wilson, NC 252-443-0480 Samantha Roach
     

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