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
- in which nursing care is provided to any resident
- and which primarily serves residents who are developmentally disabled and who require and receive active treatment.
- Chapter DHS 134, Wisconsin Administrative Code
- Chapter 50, Wisconsin Statutes
- Section 51.61, Wis. Statutes - (Residents rights)
- DHS 94, Wisconsin Administrative Code - (Resident rights)
- Also see Caregiver Program/ Background Checks
- Wisconsin Legislature Home Page