Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

We tune in to what matters in people’s lives and empower people to live the life they choose.

Mosaic provides a wide range of services in the home and community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Our person-centered planning approach brings together funders, family members, other trusted friends and, most importantly, the person served to figure out which services will be the right fit to help achieve goals and dreams.

Often, people need a combination of services both at home and in their communities to empower them to live full and meaningful lives.

We’re here to make that happen.

Services in the Home

No matter what home looks like, Mosaic believes everyone should live in a safe and secure environment where people are free to learn, grow and discover. Home should be a place to rest, relax, enjoy time with friends and just be.

Services in the Community

Mosaic recognizes that adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities desire and deserve greater independence and closer ties to their communities. By creating and expanding community connections, we create new social and volunteer opportunities for those we serve.

I’m grateful that Mosaic has helped me stand up for myself and do the things I enjoy. — Person Served

Services for Children and Young Adults

While Mosaic primarily supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in some locations we do offer select services for children and young adults under the age of 21.

Children’s Extensive Services

Mosaic supports children under the age of 18 by providing respite care for parents or guardians, as well as community connector services, which help children build natural supports and establish a long-term foundation for community inclusion as they grow into adulthood.

Only available in Colorado.

24-Hour Residential Support

In a Mosaic-provided home or state-licensed Intermediate Care Facility, 24-hour support is provided to help people under the age of 21 acquire, retain or improve skills related to living independently and participating in the community.

Special Education

Mosaic educates students with special needs in a way that addresses their individual differences and helps them achieve a high level of self-sufficiency and success. The Mosaic School in Axtell, the first certified autism center in the State of Nebraska, has a 2:1 staff to student ratio. This allows for individualized lesson plans built around the student.

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