Developmental Disabilities Services
Counties Served: Christian, Logan, Mason, McLean, Menard, Peoria, Sangamon, Tazewell and Woodford.
CISA currently provides the following services:
Pre-Admission Screening (PAS)
Pre-Admission screening to determine eligibility, secure provider agencies, and obtain funding.
Bogard Individual Service Coordination
To ensure active treatment for seniors in nursing facilities. This service is for individuals from a closed lawsuit in 1988. No new individuals are eligible for this service.
For individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, including: Providing information and referrals, Supporting Community awareness and Education, Enrolling individuals on the PUNS statewide waitlist for services.
Individual Services and Support Advocacy (ISSA)
Assistance with accessing services to meet the individual's needs, Act as advocates for the individual to ensure that the service plan is consistent with the strengths, needs and choices of the individual, Implementation of the service plan is followed up regularly by visits with the individual at both their home and day program.
Brain Injury Program
Central Illinois Service Access, Inc. (CISA, Inc.)
The Mission of CISA, Inc. is to
maximize independence for individuals with disabilities through choice, advocacy and service access.
CISA, Inc. is a private, nonprofit, community based agency providing service coordination and advocacy services to children and adults with developmental delays and/or disabilities of all ages. CISA, Inc. also provides case coordination for participants in the Brain Injury program through the Illinois Department of Rehabilition Services.
Counties Served: Brown, Cass, Christian, Dewitt, Ford, Fulton, Greene,
Knox, Livingston, Logan, Macon, Macoupin, Marshall, Mason, McDonough,
McLean, Menard, Montgomery, Morgan, Moultrie, Peoria, Piatt, Sangamon, Schulyer, Scott, Shelby, Stark, Tazewell, Warren, and Woodford.
The Brain Injury home services program participants are provided case
management to obtain services. The goal of the program is to maintain
individuals in their homes and prevent institutionalization while increasing
independence and improving the quality of life. The program can provide
personal care workers, nursing care, therapies, home modification, emergency home response and a variety of other services. The intake process for this program is done through the Department of Rehabilitation Services of Illinois.