Community Developmental Disabilities Organization (CDDO)

Goal

Provide access to services for persons with developmental disabilities, and coordinate with affiliate agencies and other providers.

Affiliated Agencies

Agencies that provide services:
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Agency Directed In Home Support Providers

Choosing the agency option allows you to entrust responsibility to an agency for your program services. Your provider agency handles all aspects of attendant care.

Provider agency will:

  • Select, schedule and manage your attendants and substitutes, with input from you about your needs.
  • Set wages and benefits for your attendants.
  • Manage time sheets, payroll and employment records.

AbleLight inc.

14150 W. 113th St.
Lenexa, KS 66215

Chad Wietrick
(303) 795-2061 ext. 500   
chad.wietrick@ablelight.org

www.AbleLight.org


Adult Health Services

1999 N. 77th St.
Kansas City, KS 66112

Randall Marquardt
(913) 788-9896
ahs1999@sbcglobal.net


Altar Support, Inc.

111 S. 72nd St.
Kansas City, KS 66111

Derek Vann
913-208-9696    

thealtarinc@gmail.com


ChristLove Home Care

401 S. Clairborne Rd. Suite 204
Olathe, Kansas 66062
Anne Vouidibio (913) 210-6077   
Email: inquiry@christlovehomecare.com

Crystal Home Health Care

155 S 18th St. Ste 107
Kansas City, KS 66102

Mohamed A. Bashir
(913) 400-2250
chhcks@gmail.com

www.crystalhomehealthcare.net


Eagle Case Management

7345 Leavenworth Rd.
Kansas City, KS 66109

Patrick Nwanguzo
(913) 334-9035
pnwanguzo@prodigy.net


Eeroma Resources LLC

7925 State Avenue, Suite 201
Kansas City, KS 66112

Jermaine Mitchell
(913) 215-1112
jermainemitchell@eeromaresources.com


Just in Time

7540 Leavenworth RD Suite 5A
Kansas City, KS 66102

Gayle Harlin-Burton
(913) 788-5022
jitadinc@gmail.com


St. Magdalena of Kansas City

10940 Parallel Parkway, St. 188 Kansas City KS, 66109

Michael Brooks
(913) 244-4583
michael@stmagdalena.org

Case Management Services

Case Management assists the person and the person’s support network to identify, select, obtain and coordinate services and support. All persons who are eligible for MR/DD services can request case management services if they desire. The person and/or the person’s guardian can choose the provider of case management that they want. They can choose an independent case manager or an agency case manager.


A Step Above, LLC

19825 Rosewood
Stillwell, KS 66085

Sara Cuevas
(913) 522-7523
scuevas@kc.rr.com


Brighter Days Case Management

14513 W 86th St.
Lenexa, KS 66215

Jennifer Patterson
913-967-9167 jpatterson@brighterdayskc.org


Eeroma Resources LLC

7925 State Avenue, Suite 201
Kansas City, KS 66112

Jermaine Mitchell
913-215-1112

jermainemitchell@eeromaresources.com


Grateful Day

Kathleen Sylvester
(913) 240-4843
kathleengratefuldaytcm@gmail.com


Lake Mary Center

5940 Dearborn
Mission, KS 66202

Emily Lang
(913) 416-1145
elang@lakemaryctr.org
Website


Monaco & Associates

4123 SW Gage Center Dr., Suite 130
Topeka, KS 66604

Dave Skinner
(785) 272-5501 ext. 114
dave@monacoassociates.com


Mosaic

8047 Parallel Pkwy
Kansas City, KS 66112

Carol Mau
(913) 788-8400
carol.mau@mosaicinfo.org
Website


ResCare of Kansas City

5031 Matney Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66106

Letha Farwell
(913) 342-9426
lfarwell@rescare.com
Website


Serenity Case Management

116 A S. Main
Ottowa, KS 66067

Elizabeth Barkley
(785) 248-0377
contactinfo.serenity@gmail.com


Strawberry Hill Community Supports

423 N. Thomposon St.
Kansas City, KS 66101

Amanda Sachen
(913) 499-9719
amandasachen@yahoo.com

 

Team Cosgrove, Inc.

4761 N. 123rd St.
Kansas City, KS 66109

Kerry Cosgrove
(913) 529-9621
kerry@teamcosgrove.com


 

 

Day Services

These licensed services take place during normal working hours. They are regularly occurring activities that provide a sense of participation, accomplishment, personal reward, personal, contribution, or remuneration and thereby serve as vehicles to maintain or increase adaptive capabilities, independence or integration and participation in the community. They may be provided in a sheltered workshop, alternative day program or supported employment.


AbleLight Inc.

14150 W. 113th St.
Lenexa, KS 66215

Chad Wietric

(303) 795-2061 ext 500
chad.wietrick@ablelight.org
www.AbleLight.org


Advocacy First

101 S. Nettleton Ave.
Bonner Springs, KS 66012

Tamera Paine
(913) 961- 6563
advocacyaf@gmail.com


Altar Support, Inc.

111 S. 72nd St.
Kansas City, KS 66111

Derek Vann
 (913) 208-9696
thealtarinc@gmail.com


Choices for Life

2024 N. 78th Terrace
Kansas City, KS 66109

Michelle Callahan
(913) 961-1719
mcallahan@choicesforlifekck.com


Community Life Skills Jobs Foundation (CLJ)

630 North 126th
Bonner Springs, KS 66012

Connie Johnson
(913) 208-4406
cljfoundation@yahoo.com


Cross Point Residential Care

2914 N. 38th St.
Kansas City, KS 66104

Keith Kerr
(620) 717-2339
crosspoint18@gmail.com

Crystal Home Health Care

155 S. 18th St. Ste 107
Kansas city, KS 66104

Mohamed A. Bashir
(913) 400-2250
chhcks@gmail.com

www.crystalhomehealthcare.net

Eagle Case Management

7345 Leavenworth Rd.
Kansas City, KS 66109

Patrick Nwanguzo
 (913) 334-9035
pnwanguzo@prodigy.net


Eeroma Resources LLC

7925 State Avenue, Suite 201
Kansas City, KS 66112

Jermaine Mitchell
(913) 215-1112
jermainemitchell@eeromaresources.com


Goodlife Innovation (CLO)

PO Box 14395
Lenexa, KS 66285

Stephan Floyd; stevefloyd@mygoodlife.org
Lauren Vohland; laurenvohland@mygoodlife.org

 (913) 341-9316 ex. 120


Happy Hearts Working

15091 158th St.
Bonner Springs, KS 66012

Carol Farnsworth
(913) 706-2356
happyheartsworking@gmail.com


Joyce's New Vision

1801 S. 40th St.
Kansas City, KS 66106

Joyce Butler

(913) 789-9785
joycesnewvision@yahoo.com

Just in Time

7540 Leavenworth Rd. Suite 5A
Kansas City, KS 66109

Gayle Harlin-Burton
(913) 788-5022
jitadinc@gmail.com


ResCare of Kansas City

5031 Matney
Kansas City, KS 66106

Letha Farewell
(913) 722-9419
Lfarwell@rescare.com
Website


St. Magdalena of KC

10940 Parallel Parkway, Suite 188
Kansas City, KS 66109

Michael Brooks
(913) 244-4583
michael@stmagdalena.org

Financial Management Service Providers

Another Day

11802 W 77th St
Lenexa, KS 66214

Lorraine Dold
(913) 599-2221
office@anotherday.info
Website

GT Independence 

7300 W. 110th St. Suite 700
Overland Park, KS 66210

Holly Carmichael
(269) 651-4500
hcarmichael@gtindependence.com

website

 

Helpers Inc.

15540 Pflumm Rd.
Olathe, KS 66062

Rebecca Gurera
(913) 732-9369
rebecca@helpersinc.org
Website


Life Patterns, Inc.

3300 SW 29th St. Suite 100
Topeka, KS 66614

Jonathan Gerdel
(785) 273-7189
jon@lifepatternsks.org
Website


Home Health Care Agencies

Crystal Home Health Care

155 S 18th St. Ste 107
Kansas City, KS 66102

Mohamed A. Bashir
(913) 400-2250
chhcks@gmail.com

www.crystalhomehealthcare.net


Diverse Care, LLC  

Chanelle McKinley

816-288-5567
chanelle.diversecare@gmail.com


First at Nursing Services

8000 W 110th St.
Overland Park, KS 66210-2315
(913) 451-5900
Website


Maxin Healthcare Services

10881 Lowell Ave Suite 100
Overland Park, KS 66210
(913) 381-8233
KansasCityHH@maxhealth.com


Terrace Home Health Independence

7201 W. 129th St., Suite 230
Overland Park, KS 66213

Danell Watson

913-356-0010     

dwatson@terracehealth.com


Medical Alert

MedScope America Corporation

222 W. Lancaster Ave.
Paoli, PA 19301
(800) 645-2060
Website

Residential Services

A licensed service provided to adults ages 18 and over or children ages (5) through (21) who are in voluntary foster care placement.

Residential services are provided outside the family home. Provides assistance, acquisition and/or improvement of skills related to activities of daily living such as personal grooming and cleanliness, bed making and household chores, eating and food preparation and the social and adaptive skills necessary to enable the individual to live in a non-institutional setting.

These may be provided in small family-like settings, group homes, semi-independent settings or independent living settings.


AbleLight inc. (Day, Residential)

14150 W. 113th St. Lenexa, KS 66215
Chad Wietrick
(303) 795-2061 ext. 500   

chad.wietrick@ablelight.org

www.AbleLight.org

Advocacy First

101 S. Nettleton Ave.
Bonner Springs, KS 66012

Tamera Paine
(913) 961-6563
advocacyaf@gmail.com


Altar Support, Inc.

111 S. 72nd St.
Kansas City, KS 66111

Derek Vann
(913) 208-9696
thealtarinc@gmail.com


CALM, LLC (Children Only)

9 West 5th Ave.
Emporia, KS 66801

Amy Harmon
(620) 208-6144
amyh.calm@gmail.com


Choices for Life

2024 N 78hTerrace
Kansas City, KS 66109

Michelle Callahan
(913) 961-1719
choicesforlife@live.com


Cross Point Residential Care

2914 N. 38th St.
Kansas City, KS 66104

Keith Kerr
(620) 717-2339
crosspoint18@gmail.com


Crystal Home Health Care

155 S 18th St. Ste 107
Kansas City, KS 66102

Mohamed A. Bashir
(913) 400-2250
chhcks@gmail.com

Website: (crystalhomehealthcare.net)


Eagle Case Management LLC

7345 Leavenworth Rd.
Kansas City, KS 66109

Patrick Nwanguzo
(913) 334-9035    

pnwanguzo@prodigy.net


Eeroma Resources LLC

7925 State Avenue, Suite 201
Kansas City, KS 66109

Jermaine Mitchell
(913) 215-1112
jermainemitchell@eeromaresources.com


Goodlife / Community Living Opportunities (CLO) (Shared Living)

11627 W 79thSt
Lenexa, KS 66285

John Griffin
(913) 341-9316 ext. 120
stephaniethorne@clokan.org


Just in Time

7540 Leavenworth Rd. Suite 5A
Kansas City, KS 66109

Gayle Harlin-Burton
(913) 788-5022
jitadinc@gmail.com


Joyce's New Vision

1801 S. 40th St.
Kansas City, KS 66106

Joyce Butler
(913) 789-9785
joycesnewvision@yahoo.com


KVC Health System (Children only)

1211 N. 8th St.
Kansas City, KS 66101  

Stefanie Werth
913-209-4754     

swerth@kvc.org


Lake Mary Center

5940 Dearborn
Mission, KS 66202

Emily Lang
(913) 416-1145
elang@lakemaryctr.org

Website


 Mosaic

8047 Parallel Pkwy
Kansas City, KS 66112

Denise Thomas
(913) 788-8400

carol.mau@mosaicinfo.org
Website


ResCare of Kansas City

5031 Matney
Kansas City, KS 66106

Letha Farwell
913-722-9419

Lfarwell@rescare.com

Website


St. Magdalena of Kansas City

10940 Parallel Parkway, St. 188
Kansas City Ks, 66109

 
Michael Brooks
(913) 244-4583
michael@hopllc.org

Limited Day/Residential Services

Martha's Care (Day and Residential)

Martha Bolden
tbolden@kc.rr.com


Partners in Caring (Limited License Day and Residential)

Wendy Baker
wbaker@kumc.edu


Joyce's New Vision (Residential)

Joyce Butler
joycesnewvision@yahoo.com

                    

Council of Community Members (CCM)

K.S.A. 30-64-31 established the Council of Community Members in each CDDO area. The Council of Community Members expresses opinions and makes recommendations to the governing board of the CDDO concerning any service delivery issues.

The CCM consists of volunteer members - a majority of whom are made up of persons with a developmental disability, family members or guardians of a person with a developmental disability receiving services in Wyandotte County, and includes affiliates (agencies that provide developmental disability services) of WCDDO and representatives of WCDDO. The CCM meets at least quarterly and at other times as necessary. The meetings are open to the public.

Mission

  • Advise Unified Government as to projects, programs and activities related to people with disabilities
  • Develop and implement plans and programs to comply with governmental regulations concerning people with disabilities
  • Provide informational and referral services to people with disabilities and their families

If you have any questions concerning the Council of Community Members (CCM) or have suggestions/concerns regarding Developmental Disability Services, please contact the CDDO Division at (913) 573-5502

Council of Community Members – Quality Oversight Committee Membership Nomination Form(PDF, 228KB)

Agendas Minutes
01/08/2019 01/08/2019

Eligibility Process

Eligibility determination is the first step to accessing services or getting placed on the waiting list for the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Intellectual/Developmental Disability (I/DD) Waiver in Wyandotte County. 

Application & Eligibility Information

Kansas Eligibility Requirements for the HCBS DD Waiver

The Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Intellectual / Developmental Disability (I/DD) Waiver is for Kansas residents age 5 and older. See the Kansas eligibility requirements for this waiver below.

Mental Retardation and Other Developmental Disabilities

Effective: October 1, 1993, (revised: November 15, 1995)

Background: Consistent with L. 1995, Chap. 234 (Substitute for H.B. 2458) persons who are mentally retarded or otherwise developmentally disabled are those whose condition presents an extreme variation in capabilities from the general population which manifests itself in the developmental years resulting in a need for life long interdisciplinary services. The following identifies those who, among all persons with disabilities, are the most disabled as defined below:

Mental Retardation

Means substantial limitations in present functioning that is manifested during the period from birth to age 18 years and is characterized by significantly sub-average intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior including related limitations in two or more of the following applicable adaptive skill areas:

  • Communication
  • Self-care
  • Home living
  • Social skills
  • Community use
  • Self-direction
  • Health and safety
  • Functional academics
  • Leisure
  • Work

Other Developmental Disability

Means a condition such as autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, or other similar physical or mental impairment (or a condition which has received a dual diagnosis of Mental Retardation and Mental Illness) and is evidenced by a severe, chronic disability which meets all of the following criteria:

  1. It is attributable to a mental or physical impairment or a combination of mental and physical impairments, AND
  2. It is manifest before the age of 22, AND
  3. It is likely to continue indefinitely, AND
  4. It results in substantial functional limitations in any three or more of the following areas of life functioning:
    • Self-Care
    • Understanding & use of language
    • Learning and adapting
    • Mobility
    • Self-direction in setting goals & undertaking activities to accomplish goals
    • Living Independently
    • Economic self-sufficiency, AND

      To further clarify substantial functional limitations refer to the Eligibility Determination Instrument in Mental Health and Retardation Services, Division of MR/DD Services, Case Management Handbook.
  5. It reflects a need for a combination and sequence of special, interdisciplinary or generic care, treatment or other services which are lifelong, or extended in duration and are individually planned and coordinated, AND

  6. Does not include individuals who are solely severely emotionally disturbed or seriously and persistently mentally ill or have disabilities solely as a result of infirmities of aging.

For Children under the age of 6

Developmental disability means a severe, chronic disability that meets all of the following criteria:

  1. It is attributable to a mental or physical impairment or a combination of mental and physical impairments, AND

  2. It is likely to continue indefinitely, AND

  3. It results in at least three developmental delays as measured by qualified professionals using appropriate diagnostic instruments or procedures, AND

  4. It reflects a need for a combination and sequence of special, interdisciplinary, or generic care, treatment, or other services which are lifelong or extended in duration and are individually planned and coordinated, AND

  5. This does not include individuals who are solely severely emotionally disturbed or seriously and persistently mentally ill.

Please contact Maritza Fernandez at (913) 573-5502 or WCDDO@wycokck.org for more information about the intake and eligibility process.

Who Should I Contact?

You can contact our office by calling (913) 573-5502 or emailing WCDDO@wycokck.org

What information will I need to proceed?

  • Completed application
  • Current Individualized Education Plan ( IEP) If applicable
  • Psychological Evaluation with diagnosis
  • Copy of Medicaid Card (if applicable)
  • Copy of guardianship paperwork (upon request)
  • Copy of Social Security Card (upon request)
  • Copy of Birth Certificate (upon request)

When can I expect information regarding next steps?

Once we have obtained all the requested information you will received a letter within 10 business days. If additional information has been requested or you were referred for an evaluation there may be additional time needed to process your information.

If you are determined eligible for I/DD services, what happens next?
Individuals who are 5 years and older will need to have a functional assessment completed within 30 days of eligibility notification. The completed assessment is transmitted to KDADS for placement on the State wide waitlist. Please note: The current waitlist is roughly 5-7 years long.

You may have access to Targeted Case Manager (TCM) services if you have Title XIX Medicaid or if you choose to private pay for this service. If requested, you will receive a choice form with the list of available service providers and referred within 5-10 days of making that request.

Contact Information

Wyandotte Developmental Disability Organization
701 North 7th Street Room 346
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 573-5502
WCDDO@wycokck.org

 

Policies & Procedures

Policies and Procedures are currently being reviewed and revised.

Resources

My Resource Connection

Wyandotte/Leavenworth Area Agency on Aging & Disability Resource Center

849-C North 47th St
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 573-8531
F: (913) 573-8577
Toll Free: 1 (888) 661-1444
TDDKS Relay: 1 (800) 766-3777
60plus@wycokck.org

Provides services targeted to promote independence of senior adults.


American Red Cross(Emergency Assistance)

1600 Washington Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 321-6314

Free smoke detectors, fire safety education, first aid, CPR, lifeguard training, health screening, emergency first aid stations, HIV/Aid prevention education.


Bethel Neighborhood Center

14 S 7th St
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 371-8218

(Emergency assistance) Clothing closet


Catholic Charities

2220 Central Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66102-4759

(913) 621-1504
F: (913) 371-6951

Provide assistance with food, rent, prescriptions, utilities, substance abuse counseling. Child care under 7, adoption and pregnancy counseling.


Catholic Community Services (Emergency Center)

Kansas City Area
632 Tauromee
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 621-3445

Call first to set up an appointment - utilities, food, housing, medications, and transportation.


Cerebral Palsy Guide

3208 E. Colonial Dr. #241
Orlando, FL 32803
1 (855) 329-1008

National organization that helps families and individuals affected by cerebral palsy. Sharing information about therapies and treatment, the causes of CP and support for those with this disorder.


Cerebral Palsy Guidance

Cerebral Palsy Associated Disorders
Alex Diaz-Granados, Chief Editor
alexdiazgranados@cerebralpalsyguidance.com
Website

We provide vital guidance and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. We cover cerebral palsy from all angles–from symptoms, causes, and treatment, to daily living information, such as communication and transitioning to adulthood articles.


Community Development

701 N 7th, 8th floor
Kansas City, KS 66101
(913) 573-5100

House enhancement, program help loan, community Housing Investment Program.


Crosslines Cooperative Council, Inc.

736 Shawnee Ave
Kansas City, KS 66105

(913) 281-3388

Emergency financial assistance for utilities, emergency financial assistance for prescriptions, financial assistance for rent and mortgage.


Economic Opportunity Foundation Inc.

1542 Minnesota Ave,
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 371-7800

Emergency financial assistance for utilities, rent, and mortgage.


The Family Conservancy

444 Minnesota Ave. Suite 200
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 342-1110

Helping children and families achieve a lifetime of success.


Families Together, Inc.

5611 Barrington Ct. South #120
Topeka KS, 66614

(785) 233-4777
kansascity@familiestogetherinc.org

Parenting training, information on advocacy for Kansas parents and their children with disabilities.


Free Food Banks & Pantries


Friends of Yates Inc.

1418 Garfield Ave
Kansas City, KS 66104

(913) 321-1566

(Emergency Assistance) Clothing closet, commodity food program, transitional housing.


Heart of America Family Services

5421 State Ave
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 287- 1300

Provide resource to families on individual and family counseling, early childhood care, education, community based family supports.


Housing Authority

1124 N 9th St.
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 281-3300

Helps families and individuals with low and moderate income obtain safe, affordable, quality, housing through public housing and section 8 voucher programs, list of shelters.


Kansas Department for Children & Families Kansas City

402 State Ave
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 279-7000
TDD: 1 (913) 279-7501
F: (913) 279-7393

Food Stamps, Emergency Food Services, Commodity, Adult protective Services, Funeral assistance, Kansas Weatherization, LIEAP program, Child Care.


Kansas Legal Services

400 State Ave #1015
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 621-0200

To speak to an attorney. The lawyers at Kansas Legal Services help low income clients with civil legal cases. The firm is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to help low income, elderly and disabled Kansas residents meet their basic needs through the provision of essential legal, mediation, consultations and employment training services.


KCK Huggers/Special Olympics

5033 State Ave
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 573-8331

To inspire and encourage intellectually and physically challenged individuals to lead a rewarding and healthy lifestyle through education, sports, and activities.


KVC Behavioral HealthCare, Inc.

4300 Brenner Ave
Kansas City, KS 66104

(913) 322-4900

Enrich and enhance the quality of life of individuals, families and communities by providing comprehensive and compassionate trauma-focused behavioral and mental healthcare, education and medical services. Provides an integrated array of programs for children, adolescent and their families who are at risk in crisis.


Mental Health America of the Heartland

739 Minnesota Ave
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 281-2221

Dedicated to promoting the mental health of the community, and improving the quality of life of persons with mental illness, through advocacy, education, and support.


Metropolitan Lutheran Ministry

722 Reynolds
Kansas City, KS 66101

(913) 342-8333

Emergency Assistance for Families in Crisis - Community Care. Helping families with utility bills and housing bills (rent, deposits, mortgages, etc.).


The Salvation Army

6723 State Ave
Kansas City, KS 66102

(913) 232-5400

Emergency assistance, homeless services and prevention, substance abuse treatment, social programs for all ages and spiritual and emotional care to the community. Addiction recovery services including diagnosis, referral, social detox, intermediate and reintegration.


Shelters


Self-Advocate Coalition of Kansas

2518 Ridge Court, #263
Lawrence, KS 66046

(785) 749-5588
Toll Free: 1 (888) 354-7225
F: (785) 843-3728

To promote empowerment and independence for adults with developmental disabilities.


Shalom House

2100 N. 13th St
Kansas City, KS 66104

(913) 321-2206

Temporary shelter, evening & morning meals, laundry, showers, and limited hrs.


Special Olympics Wyandotte County

5033 State Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66102
(913) 573-8331


Kansas City Social Security Office

850 Nebraska Ave
Kansas City KS 66101

1 (800) 772-1213
TTY: 1 (800) 325-0778

Social security card and SSI, SSDI.


Career/Job Resources

Resources for students with disabilities

Additional Resources


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What is your CDDO?

CDDO is the single point of entry for anyone seeking to obtain Intellectual and Developmental Disability services in the State of Kansas. The intake and eligibility process will determine whether a person qualifies for services by collecting necessary documentation such as an application, documentation of the person’s disability meeting the criteria set forth in the DD Reform Act and available school and other records.

Our staff works with you and your family to provide information about available services in your community. Community resources are available for services needed outside of the developmental disability service system.

Kansas currently has (27) CDDO’s throughout the State that serve single and multiple counties performing a gatekeeping role. Currently, we serve only the residents of Wyandotte County.

What is our responsibility as your local CDDO?

We are contracted with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) to perform the following:

Work in collaboration and report to KDADS

  • Develop and implement policies and procedures
  • Monitor and oversee all affiliated providers
  • Ensure uniform access to services
  • Annually provide you with information about all available services and your rights
  • Establish a Council of Community Members (volunteer committee)
  • Establish a local Quality Assurance Committee (volunteer committee)

 

Contact Information

Phyllis Wallace, Director
(913) 573-5502
WCDDO@wycokck.org


Affiliate Meetings & Newsletters

Meetings

Affiliate Meetings are held quarterly on the 3rd Friday of the month in City Hall, 6th floor training room.

Agenda Minutes
03/22/2019(PDF, 73KB) 3/22/2019
6/21/2019(PDF, 57KB) 6/21/2019(PDF, 66KB)
9/20/2019(PDF, 75KB) 9/20/2019

 

Newsletters

Information coming soon.

Affiliating with WCDDO

If you or someone you know is interested in providing services to those with Intellectual and or Developmental disabilities in Wyandotte County, please review our affiliation packet. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office or email us at WCDDO@wycokck.org

Affiliating with WCDDO Affiliation Packet(PDF, 517KB)

Contact Information

Phyllis Wallace, Director
(913) 573-5502
WCDDO@wycokck.org