I/DD Provider Information

Additional Information

Policy and Procedures

Training

Please note that the following links will take you to the KSTrain website and away from the KDADS website.

BASIS Training

TCM Training

CDDO Meeting Minutes

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Meeting Minutes 4.19.18PDF453.29 KB10 Aug, 2018 Download
Meeting Minutes 1.18.2018PDF469.26 KB10 May, 2018 Download
Meeting Minutes 10.19.2017PDF215.42 KB10 May, 2018 Download
Meeting Minutes 8.24.2017PDF197.28 KB17 Oct, 2017 Download
Meeting Minutes 4.20.2017PDF433.37 KB17 Oct, 2017 Download
Meeting Minutes 1.19.2017PDF287.51 KB17 Oct, 2017 Download
Meeting Minutes 10.20.2016PDF137.90 KB17 Oct, 2017 Download
Meeting Minutes 3.9.2016PDF53.83 KB28 Mar, 2016 Download
Meeting Minutes 12.17.2015PDF227.69 KB10 Mar, 2016 Download
Meeting Minutes 10.1.2015PDF380.65 KB10 Mar, 2016 Download

Shared Living

Shared Living is a nationally recognized model for habilitation or residential services for individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disability (IDD). Other terms that can encompass the Shared Living approach include adult foster care, mentor, residence or family home, host home or family care, extended-family teaching or family teaching services. In Shared Living, one or two (but not to exceed three) persons with IDD join a family (contractor) or single adult’s (contractor) family in the Shared Living/host family’s home. The Shared Living Contractor lives with the person with a disability and provides whatever supports the person(s) needs in their day-to-day activities (social, companionship, teaching, daily living skills, supported employment, night supports, etc.…).