Can an individual receive emergency services from the IDDS, such as respite services, if noted to have developmental disabilities but not yet tested or determined to be eligible for service
Yes, the IDD works with Child Protective Services, Adult Protective Services, hospital establishments, the general public, etc that have cases that meet the safety net requirements for emergency services for placement or respite.

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1. Who is Eligible for IDD Services?
2. When will I be eligible for services?
3. Who is my service coordinator?
4. What is an EDA?
5. At what age can my child be tested for developmental delays?
6. I am in a Medicaid-waiver program and I want to transfer to another county, whom should I contact?
7. How do you request services through the IDDS?
8. I received a letter from the Social Security office. Can someone help me with making sure I respond appropriately to the request?
9. Can an individual receive emergency services from the IDDS, such as respite services, if noted to have developmental disabilities but not yet tested or determined to be eligible for service
10. How can I become a local revenue provider?
11. What is PASRR?
12. Where do I fax the PASRR Level 1 (PL1) Screening Form?