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We are available and accessible to our members, their families, providers, and any interested parties during this COVID-19 public health emergency. Our COVID-19 Resource Center will help you stay updated. Care management services and supports, along with all other company business, will be provided via phone/ tele- conferencing, email, and video conferencing during this period of time. Our care management staff is in frequent contact with members and you are encouraged to contact your Care Manager with questions. Here is contact information to help you navigate Care Design NY:
We are focused on our mission to assist individuals with I/DD to get the supports and services they need to live a quality life. While we may be physically distancing at this time, we are committed to staying connected!
Our mission is to assist individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to get the supports and services they need to live a quality life.
We believe that all services available to families and individuals with developmental disabilities should be:
Individuals and families are at the center of all we do at Care Design NY. We will assist you, and advocate with and for you, to ensure that you have information and resources to make informed choices in your life.
We will work in partnership with you to achieve the life you desire, ensuring that you have access to the support and services that are needed by providing Health Home Care Management. This newly designed service is a new way to coordinate care, combining developmental disability services and supports with health, wellness and behavioral health services.
A letter from Care Design NY CEO, James Moran. To Members and Families on inclusion and diversity and eliminating inequality, injustice, and disparities for minority groups in our community.
New York State’s Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) recently announced a historic $75 million (16%) annual gross funding cut to Care Coordination Organizations (CCOs). The cuts, which are proposed to take effect July 1, 2020, will lead to dramatic reductions in CCO services. Take action and tell Governor Cuomo to stop the cuts.
The COVID-19 public health crisis is rapidly changing. This information represents the most up to date information we had at the time of publishing. We will update as new information becomes available.
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The New York State Office of People with Development Disabilities provides support services directly and throughout a network of not-for-profit agencies to people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Care Coordination Organizations such as Care design NY help individuals and families coordinate and advocate for the services they need and want.
Care Design NY will support you to design a plan to incorporate the services and supports important to you. Our care management services will build upon the foundation created by service coordination to create and deliver a more comprehensive coordination of services and supports for individuals.
At Care Design NY, our care managers are compassionate, experienced, and knowledgeable, many with long-standing relationships with the individuals and families they support.
Our Care Design NY care managers are busy working on Life Plans for over 26,000 individuals, helping individuals and families meet all of their needs.
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Albany, NY 12211