Answers basic questions about services. Info can be found by first steps and life stage. For people with developmental disabilities and their families.
By people with disabilities, for people with disabilities. Helps people take charge of their lives and make their own choices.
Explore your options, on your terms. Locate resources, connect with services and discover more about yourself and your connections.
Find programs and services. For people who are aging, people who have disabilities, people who used to be part of the military and overall wellness.
For older adults. Get support to stay at home and more.
Get technology and services that help a person to be active in the community. For people of all ages and abilities.
Programs and services that help people with disabilities and families. Contact your local CSB to learn more.
Supports families whose loved one has a disability. Offers emotional support, info and help to go through the service system.
Help to get ready for disability interviews or online applications. Kits are fact sheets, checklists and worksheets. For children and adults.
Early intervention. Help for infants and toddlers (age 0-36 months) with delays. Support for their families.
For families of children with disabilities. Support for success in school and the community. Info and training that is easy to understand.
Helps people learn how to speak up for themselves and get what they need. A strong supporter of self-advocates and A Life Like Yours (ALLY) Alliance.
Fun events, classes, special gatherings and scholarships. For people with autism, their families and others.
Improves the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families. Support, education, events and advocacy.
Protection and advocacy. Legal help with harm (abuse), when a person does not get food, clothes, shelter or proper care (neglect) and cases of discrimination.
Stands up for people who live in nursing homes, board and care homes and assisted living facilities.
Call this program if an adult with a disability (18 or older) or an older person (60 years or above) is being hurt or mistreated. This program will check on what is going on.
Makes sure people are treated fairly and with respect. Handles complaints about human rights issues. Supports the rights of people with disabilities when they use state services.
Helps people with disabilities to get technology and equipment. This may include tools for exercise, vision, hearing, ramps for cars and more.
A special savings plan for people with disabilities. Save and invest money without losing public benefits. Earnings are tax free.
Info on how to apply for assistance. Includes help with food, childcare, heating and cooling, healthcare and cash.