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Assistive Technology

  • West Virginia Assistive Technology System
    Program provides training demonstrations on assistive technology devices, to include loan, to assist persons with disabilities in performance of tasks.

Community Living

    Provides services and supports for youth who have aged out of foster care to assist with adult transition, e.g., educational stipends, decision-making and life options.
  • Positive Behanvior Support Project
    Addresses challenging behavior and helps increase quality of life. 
  • Specialized Family Care Project
    Recruits and trains host families to provide training, nurturing and a family living aka foster care home for individuals with developmental and other disabilities who need full-time care.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury Services
    Provides services and supports to persons with a traumatic brain injury, works with and provides training to other agencies to enhance service capacity. Information and resource referral to persons with a TBI, works with and provides training to other agencies to enhance service capacity.
  • WIPA
    Provides information about options for individuals receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Social Security Income (SSI) who want to work.
  • Community-Based Rehabilitation Services
    The WVUCED is serving clients in Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Taylor counties to help integrate people with disabilities into the local workforce.

Clinical Services

  • Feeding and Swallowing Service
    Provides interdisciplinary assessments and recommendations for children from birth to 21 years of age who have feeding problems. Improves eating skills and behaviors, physical growth and development and the nutritional status of children.
  • Music Therapy Services
    Music Therapy targets non-musical goals through the use of musical interventions by a board-certified music therapist. Therapeutic goals and interventions are tailored to each client’s strengths and needs.
  • BLIS
    Focuses on improving the lives of individuals with developmental and behavioral disorders ages 18 months to 21 years through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, social skills groups and parent/staff training.
  • Next Steps Clinic
    Provides assessments of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other neurodevelopmental disabilities and provides an interdisciplinary diagnostic assessment to develop an "individualized life plan." The clinic will translate the child’s diagnosis of autism into a "Life Plan".

Health & Wellness

  • Paths for Parents
    Families and service providers who are part of DHHR’s Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Program receive additional information and support through our three unique services. We help empower parents to become real partners within the medical home.  Let our staff assist you in navigating medical, educational and community systems of care with confidence.
  • LEND Services
    Provides long-term graduate level interdisciplinary training to health professionals, for purpose of developing leaders to improve available health services for children with or at risk of neurodevelopmental/related disabilities.
  • Family to Family Health Information Services
    Information, education, technical assistance, and peer support for families of children and adults with special health care needs and the professionals who serve them. Helping families and health professionals to partner in health care decision-making.
    Learn more about F2F

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