What is a Developmental Disability?
Developmental disability is a term that refers to a permanent cognitive and/or physical impairment that usually occurs in the early years of life but can occur anytime before the age of 18 years.
It usually results in significantly reduced capacity in three or more major life activities (such as, communication, learning, mobility, living independently, decision-making or self-care) and the need for support, whether or not of an ongoing nature.
Community Residential Alternative (CRA) services are targeted for Individuals who require intense levels of support. These services are a range of interventions with a particular focus on training and support