To receive services from Geauga DD, individuals must be eligible; this is determined through an assessment process. Contact us to find out more.
Service and Support Administration (SSA):
Service and Support Administrators coordinate individualized services and connect people with developmental disabilities to community resources. At least annually, an individual’s needs are assessed and a person-centered individual service plan (ISP) is developed, implemented and monitored.
Additionally, the SSAs may:
- Identify needs, concerns, and goals of individuals and/or families
- Monitor the progress of the ISP to ensure services are appropriate and maintain health and safety
- Provide options for service providers (personal care, employment supports, transportation, equipment, etc)
- Assist with residential needs
- Assist to Transition plans (ages 14-22) for moving from school into adulthood
- Provide referrals and assistance in areas such as Social Security, guardianship, Medicaid, waiting lists, community resources, etc.