Developmental Training Services

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Focusing on fine and gross motor development, attention span development, grooming, dressing, toileting and eating skills, communication, recreation, and behavioral skills development and community integration. Emphasis also on sensory stimulation.

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Focusing on problem solving skills, safety skills, academic development,exercise and healthful living skills, recreation, community integration, and enhancing skills and ability to engage in productive work activities.

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Offering services suited to the needs of senior citizens with developmental disabilities. Focuses on social skills, maintaining existing levels of self-help skills, maintaining health and fitness, sensory stimulation and enjoying life at a slower pace.

Who is Eligible?

  • Must be 18 years of age or older,
  • must have a diagnosed Developmental disability,
  • must exhibit behavior that does not constitute a threat to self or others, and
  • must meet Midicare Waiver eligibility.

What is a developmental disability?

Developmental disability is a term used to describe life-long, attributable to mental and/or physical or combination of mental and physical, manifested prior to age 18. The term is used most commonly in the to refer to disabilities affecting daily functioning in three or more of the following areas:

  • capacity for independent living
  • economic self-sufficiency
  • learning
  • mobility
  • receptive and expressive language
  • self-care
  • self-direction

How do we apply?

The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) may be able to provide you with assistance or help you plan for your future needs. You must first meet with an Independent Service Coordination Agency (ISC) to see if you are eligible for services.

Let IDHS know about your need for services by signing up with the State of Illinois Developmental Disabilities website.

Or, contact:

Southern Illinois Case Coordination Services

Developmental Disabilities

519 S Locust St, PO Box 588
Centralia, IL 62801

Phone: (618) 532-4300
TTY: (618) 532-4300
Toll Free: (800) 828-7422

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