Family Disability Services (FDS) was established in 1981 to provide services for both children and adults with developmental disabilities, as well as offer a support system for their families. Trained providers work with people in their homes or out in the community.
FDS enabled a young girl to become more independent in completing all of her daily activities, helped a man confined to his bed to be free from bed sores and gain a higher quality of life, and provided a single dad with four kids with respite from caring for his 7-year-old son who has severe behavioral issues.
To find out more about our program and how FDS can help your family, check out the links below:
Useful Local Links
- State of Alaska Senior & Disabilities Services
- Stone Soup Group
- Providence Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Clinic – Center for Children with Special Needs (Dr. Brennan)
- Aging and Disability Resource Center
- Alaska 211 Statewide Social Service Hotline
Questions? Please contact: