- Health and Human Services
- Developmental Disabilities
The Isanti County Aging and Disabilities Unit provides case management services for persons with developmental disabilities and related conditions. The case manager assists the person to gain access to needed supports and services.
What is a Developmental Disability?
A developmental disability is a diagnosis marked by the following conditions that occur before a person reaches 22 years of age:
- Demonstrated deficits in adaptive behavior
- Significantly below-average intellectual functioning (IQ of 70 or below)
- Substantial limitations in functioning
A related condition is a diagnosis closely related to developmental disabilities. A person with a related condition needs services similar to persons with developmental disability. Related conditions result in limited self-care, understanding and use of language, learning, mobility, self-direction, and capacity for independent living. Mental health disorders are not related conditions. Some examples of related conditions are Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Autism.
Apply for Services
To discuss your needs and learn more about Developmental Disability services, contact the Aging and Disabilities Unit Intake Department at 763-689-1711. An Intake worker will ask for some basic information over the phone, and provide you with the next steps.