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Please enable JavaScript in your web browser; otherwise some parts of this site might not work properly. If you have a disability, learn how government programs and services can help you with daily life. Get information from Healthcare. The programs listed here are from the government. Besides these, there are many local and national non-profit organizations that provide help. You can find them online or through social workers or medical professionals.

Grants for Disabled Adults

Adult Developmental Disabilities – Oaks Integrated Care

Oaks provides a full spectrum of individualized services for adults living with a developmental disability in our community. Programs can help your loved one reach greater levels of wellness and independence in an encouraging, supportive environment. In-home, residential and day programs can help your loved one reach greater levels of independence through each stage of life. We believe everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Our professional, caring staff utilize the latest evidence-based practices including Trauma Informed Care and value strong connections with family, peers and community organization. Programs are designed to allow individuals to reach their full potential and improve quality of life for the whole family. The program is a lifeline for families caring for a loved one challenged with communication, social interaction and behavior difficulties.

Programs for Children & Adults with Disabilities

We are aware of the problem and are working to restore service as quickly as possible. If you're looking for long-term care services and want to know what your options are, call , our hotline service for helping you find the services you need. You can also visit an Aging and Disability Resource Center to get help finding and applying for programs for seniors and people with disabilities. If you have an intellectual or developmental disability or multiple disabilities, a local intellectual and developmental disability authority can help you find the services you need.
Adults with disabilities are 3 times more likely to have heart disease, stroke, diabetes, or cancer than adults without disabilities. Nearly half of all adults with disabilities get no aerobic physical activity, an important health behavior to help avoid these chronic diseases. More than 21 million US adults 18—64 years of age have a disability. These are adults with serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs; hearing; seeing; or concentrating, remembering, or making decisions. Most adults with disabilities are able to participate in physical activity, yet nearly half of them get no aerobic physical activity.