In 2013 the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities (NCCDD) funded the "Medical and Health Homes for People with Intellectual and Other Developmental Disabilities: Coordination, Collaboration and Community" to develop recommendations for the management and delivery of primary health care services and long-term services and supports.

In 2016 the NCCDD funded "From Planning to Action: Integrated, Collaborative Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities" to evaluate two demonstration pilots designed to improve the capacity of primary and community healthcare providers to care for children and adults with I/DD through consultative access to medical and clinical professionals with I/DD expertise.

In 2017 the NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) provided funds to enhance the work of the demonstration pilots and inform Medicaid redesign and strategic planning, with an emphasis on children with complex needs.

Our 2-year progress report can be found here.

The 2019 summary report submitted to the NC Council on Developmental Disabilities can be found here.


Team Agencies

The Arc of NC

The Arc of North Carolina is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play.

Autism Society

The Autism Society of North Carolina improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities. ASNC provides a wide selection of educational material, media and access to events to help families and providers you equip yourself with knowledge to tackle autism.

Easter Seals UCP

Easter Seals UCP is committed to being a lifelong partner to people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental health challenges by working side-by-side with adults and children who are managing disabilities and mental health challenges.