Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Services
The Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with an Intellectual Disability (ICF/IDD) program is long-term care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The ICF/IDD Program has residential facilities for people needing treatment in a supervised 24-hour setting. The state manages these facilities, which normally have 6 residents, have three to four bedrooms; therefore, the individuals share rooms, and the houses are similar to homes in the area. The cost of living in an ICF/IDD facility is covered as a Medicaid benefit. Lakes Regional provides residential services to individuals according to availability.
Each individual’s program is coordinated and monitored by a Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP) is done on a person-centered planning approach. Additionally, each individual receives continuous active treatment in independent living skills and personal care skills from highly trained staff.
Other services provided are Nursing Services, Medical Care, Psychiatry Services, Dental, Adaptive Aids, Behavior Support, Day Programming, Transportation, Community Activities, and more intense support services to help each individual remain in the community setting.
Each person’s program plan is developed according to that person’s needs and is reviewed and updated as needed to capture the changes that occur in an individual’s life.