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Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities (FDDs) -- Introduction

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FDDs - Information for Consumers (includes FDD Directories)

FACILITIES SERVING PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (also known as Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities - ICF/IID): A residential facility for three or more unrelated persons with developmental disabilities.

Treatment is provided to help these people maintain and improve their current skills and to develop new skills (e.g., work, social, activities of daily living, education, etc.).

Navigation Links to FDD Information:

Rules & Regulations -- Definitions and sources

Forms -- For facilities serving the developmentally disabled

Providers -- Information for FDD staff and management

Contacts -- State of Wisconsin staff to call regarding FDDs

Publications -- Memos and other items available from the State of Wisconsin

Related Sites -- Other Internet sites of interest

Last Updated: August 12, 2014