Delaware County Office of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (OIDD)
Delaware County OIDD - Administrative Entity (AE)
It is the policy of the Delaware County AE to monitor all service providers and Supports Coordination Organizations serving residents of Delaware County to ensure that they follow Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) guidelines. AE functions include intake and eligibility determination, provider relations, service authorization, systems coordination, quality management, incident management, and coordination of funding sources.
20 South 69th Street
4th Floor
Upper Darby, PA 19082
Eligibility: In order to be eligible for services, an individual must be diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability and must present current documentation completed by a Licensed Psychologist or Certified School Psychologist that supports the diagnosis of an Intellectual Disability with standardized test information.
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 Am - 4:30 PM
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (610) 713-2400 Main
Email Address: humanservices@delcohsa.org
Intake Procedure: - Individuals with intellectual disabilities or the parents/guardian can contact the office at 610-713-2330 and ask for the Intake Specialist.
- In order to be eligible for services, an individual must be diagnosed with an Intellectual Disability and must present current documentation completed by a Licensed Psychologist or Certified School Psychologist that supports the diagnosis of an Intellectual Disability with standardized test information.
- Once eligibility is established by reviewing the documentation that was submitted, the family/individual will then be contacted to schedule a meeting with the Intake Specialist.
- After the intake meeting is completed the next step is to select a Supports Coordination Organization to coordinate supports and to assist the person with Intellectual Disabilities to maximize their potential to have an everyday life.
- Intellectual Disability services are provided only to the extent that funding is available. Therefore funding is not an entitlement.
Services:
  • Case/Care Management
  • Case/Care Management Referrals
  • School System Advocacy
  • Specialized Information and Referral
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Delaware County Office of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (OIDD)
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