Facilities Serving People with
Developmental Disabilities (FDDs) -- Rules & Regulations
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FDDs are also known as Intermediate Care Facilities for
Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IID).
Definition: From Chapter DHS 134, Wisconsin
Administrative Code: "FDD" or "facility for the developmentally
disabled" means a residential facility:
with a capacity of 3 or more residents
which nursing care is provided to any resident
and which primarily serves residents who
are developmentally disabled and who require and receive active treatment.
Last Updated: January 13, 2014