Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP)
For Individuals enrolled in the Community Developmental Disability Program (CDDP) we provide the following care:
Attendant Care: Attendant care services include direct support provided to an individual in the home of the individual or community by a qualified personal support worker or provider organization. ADL and IADL services provided through attendant care must support the individual to live as independently as possible, and be based on the identified goals, preferences, and needs of the individual.
Community Transportation: When natural supports or volunteer services are not available, HDE provides community transportation to access allowable goods and services in the individualized service plan.
Professional Behavior Services: These services are provided to individuals with challenging behaviors that impact their ability to perform ADLs and IADLs. HDE’s Behavior Professionals conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and write PBSPs (Positive Behavior Support Plans) to help the direct support staff respond to challenging behaviors in a unified way that helps the individual meet their daily needs.
Employment Services: HDE provides job coaching services through the CDDP and via contracts with the Oregon Commission for the Blind and Vocational Rehab (VR). HDE also holds a VR contract to provide job placement/development services to individuals in Track 1.