Region I Office Of Human Development provides services and support to individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Helping foster the most productive lives within their community.
Our goal is to assist our clients with individualized plans designed to be flexible in order to meet their needs. We develop lasting relationships with individuals as we assist with everything from access to health care and transportation to assistance with recreation, leisure, employment and daily routines.
Together we make our communities a more accessible place for all.
Provides organized support to maintain or increase independent living skills. This support is provided in settings such as supervised apartments or homes.
Provides families with short-term temporary relief from the on-going responsibilities of caregiving. Services may be provided in agency residences that have available space, day service settings, or the family’s home.
Provides individualized programs for older adolescents to become involved in life-skills support and pre-vocational/work exploration activities. The program is designed for a smooth transition from children’s services or public school to generic community services. Additionally, we provide adult Work Supports and Employment Services as needed.
Assists in the development of fundamental work skills to enhance individual independence in work settings and is designed to orient the individual to community work environments. This support is provided in settings such as work activity centers, vocational centers or other activity centers.
Provides organized support to persons who may need support with daily living skills and socialization skills. This support is provided in settings such as small group homes with 24 hour supervision
Provides the development of age-appropriate opportunities to enhance the quality of life for persons with developmental disabilities or related conditions. The services are directed to address the needs of individuals of all ages and specifically those persons where work and employment services may no longer be appropriate.
Any individual who has a clinical diagnosis of intellectual disability or other developmental disability or a related condition is eligible for admission to services regardless of age, ethnic origin, gender, marital or religious status.
Individuals can only be served if funding for those services is available. Individuals who are not authorized for funding through the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services can be served if an individual contract is negotiated with another funding source (e.g. Department of Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, insurance, or school districts) or through private pay.
Meeting the eligibility requirements does not guarantee the availability of appropriate services/supports or commit the Agency to provide services which are not yet developed. Neither does meeting the eligibility requirements define priorities as to who shall receive services first in the event of limited resources.