about aidd 700

The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

AIDD | Association for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation that coordinates and provides various types of services to adults with developmental / intellectual disabilities aged 18 years and older. From literacy programs in local libraries, to community advocacy, to qualifying as a social security payee, and more, AIDD offers a wide range of services that assist adults with various disabilities progress towards their self-determination. For a complete list, see the services page here.

The goal of AIDD is to provide all individuals with developmental disabilities the opportunity to live healthier, safer, and stimulating lives.

Since its establishment in 2002, AIDD staff has and still works closely with the community, navigating federal, state and local requirements and bureaucracy, and utilizing all available resources to help improve the quality of life of disabled individuals and their families.

AIDD approaches each case with the motto that all individuals, regardless of their disabilities, are full-fledged members of their community and as such are entitled to the same rights and privileges; in turn, they all have something unique and valuable to contribute to the community in which they reside. Guiding and matching individuals to the right resources to achieve optimal results in their quest for self-determination is very important to the AIDD staff. Furthermore, AIDD respects the multicultural needs of individuals and takes special steps to ensure that they are met.

AIDD staff is eager to help you achieve your desired goals through various supports. Contact us via phone or email with your questions and learn how AIDD can serve you!