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Reach Your Potential

Welcome to Person Centered Services, where our mission is to connect people to the care, support and opportunities that maximize their quality of life.

Person Centered Services provides Care Coordination for over 17,000 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in 18 counties, reaching throughout the Western New York, Finger Lakes and Southern Tier regions.

What is Care Coordination?

Person Centered Services is proud to coordinate care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, linking them to the services, supports and resources they need to thrive. We help those we serve navigate a very complex system and locate opportunities that are right for them.

At the heart of Care Coordination are connections and referrals. Care Coordinators work with individuals, families, community providers and other organizations to make sure the dots are connected between all aspects of a person’s care.

Learn how Care Coordination can connect you to your best life.

Find out who qualifies for Care Coordination services and how to enroll.

 
PEOPLE, INTEGRITY, TRUST

Our Services

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Eligibility and Enrollment

Receive help applying for Medicaid-funded services through the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities.

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Comprehensive Care Management

Create a personalized Life Plan and get connected to the services and supports you need.

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Community Referrals

Connect to respite opportunities, day programs, employment training, residential support, and more.

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Health & Wellness Promotion

Obtain specialized clinical support and referrals to health services that meet personal needs.

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Life Transition Assistance

Receive extra help during life changes, whether graduating from school, moving to a new home, or entering the workforce.

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Family Support

Access helpful resources and support groups for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

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