Existing IDD services, and the settings in which they are delivered, may differ from the services that older adults tend to access. Many of the services available to individuals with IDD are habilitative in nature, focusing on helping this population acquire and improve skills to be more independent in the community. When individuals with IDD develop dementia, their caregivers and their primary providers must learn to navigate between the two systems developed around each specific population. Long-term Services and Supports Financing System For Individuals With Intellectual Or Developmental Disabilities Adults with IDD often require services and supports . . .
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