Developmental Disabilities

  • Educational Service Unit #3 is an intermediate agency providing supplementary educational services to 18 Kindergarten through 12th grade school districts, as well as two rural Class I school districts in Douglas, Sarpy, Cass and Washington counties in eastern Nebraska. One service provided is service coordination …
  • Door to door transportation for adults 18 and older with disabilities. Also have programs that foster lifelong learning and independence with a focus on self-determination for each person served. Programs emphasize social, recreational and employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Homelike residential program for persons with lower intellectual functioning and behavioral and/or mental health issues. For youth ages 10-19 and with developmental disabilities.
  • Diagnostic evaluations, speech, physical, occupational and behavioral therapy services. Services available for children only.
  • Home based mental health therapy, community treatment aides, and therapeutic day services for targeting challenging behaviors. Day center for preschool aged children with behavior issue,. The school aged program is for ages 6-18 that have a developmental disability and behavior concerns.
  • Provides residential, in-home, vocational and transitional services to those with Autism and other developmental disabilities and their families.
  • Vocational Development Center provides vocational, residential, and day services for persons with mental or developmental disabilities. Provide services in Nebraska and Iowa. Sheltered work training programs at one of VoDEC's three locations in Omaha, La Vista and Council Bluffs.

Nebraska Mental Health.com offers a general definition of common evaluations, however encourages individuals to check with their insurance carrier regarding specific evaluation requirements as they may differ by carrier.