For Division of Developmental Disabilities Services (DDDS) Applicant Services:
Referrals to receive Adult Day Program services for those with an Acquired Brain Injury:
Amerihealth Caritas Delaware
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware
The Columbus Organization
Columbus helps families navigate to and be connected with service providers and other resources. The Columbus Organization serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through an outcomes-oriented approach, working closely with each individual to meet their personal goals.
Phone: (302) 509-9099
Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council
The Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC) is authorized by Public Law 106-402 to address the unmet needs of people with developmental disabilities through system-wide advocacy, planning and demonstration projects.
Phone: (302) 739-3333
DFRC is a well-respected Delaware foundation dedicated to raising funds and consciousness in support of programs that enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES. Established in 1956, the private, nonprofit organization is dedicated to identifying and funding programs based on community need.
Phone: (302) 454-2730
Autism Delaware's mission is to help people and families affected by autism. The organization provides expertise and advocacy that raises awareness of autism in Delaware and enlists support for autism acceptance and inclusion, as well as expanding services, resources, and support for individuals and families.
Phone: (302) 224-6020
Down Syndrome Association of Delaware
Founded in 1979, the Down Syndrome Association of Delaware is a statewide non-profit support group. The organization is a supportive resource, advocating for the acceptance and understanding that allows individuals with Down syndrome to achieve the same level of access and opportunity as their peers.
Phone: (302) 995-1004
Ability Network of Delaware
The Ability Network of Delaware (formerly DelARF) builds strength across Delaware’s disability community by functioning as a statewide membership association of agencies working to support people with disabilities.
Phone: (302) 622.9177
Able Account Info
The federal Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act authorized states to establish tax-advantaged savings programs so individuals with disabilities can save and invest money without jeopardizing eligibility for public benefits.
Toll-Free: 1-844-NOW-ABLE (1-844-669-2253)
The A-Team of Delaware aims to unite those with diverse abilities and their family members to ADVOCATE in a grassroots effort, create AWARENESS in the community and ADVISE those who care for our citizens with special needs to ensure service choices and opportunities.