ICF/ID (Intermediate Care Facility/Intellectual Disabilities)

About ICF/ID

Prairie House in Maquoketa, IowaIndividuals served within the ICF/ID program all have a primary diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses. Several of the individuals require the use of a wheelchair for mobility and positioning. Many of the individuals served in the ICF/ID program are non-verbal.

Individuals served in the ICF/ID program receive individualized program planning designed to enhance their abilities and gain independence in daily living skills. There is trained staff on duty 24 hours per day, seven days a week.

Jackson County

Prairie House is a 12-bed ICF/ID (Intermediate Care Facility for Intellectually Disabled) facility located in Maquoketa, Iowa. Individuals served at Prairie House all have a primary diagnosis of mental retardation, and may require a high level of support. Beyond that, the individuals have a variety of secondary diagnoses including autism, cerebral palsy, communication deficit, behavioral disorders, as well as a wide variety of medical diagnoses.

Prairie House employs approximately 25 direct support staff, 4 supervisory staff, and a QIDA (Qualified Intellectual Disability Associate).

Clinton County

DAC, Inc. operates four 6-bed ICF/ID (Intermediate Care Facility for Intellectually Disabled) facilities located in DeWitt, Iowa. Approximately 44 direct support staff are employed between the four facilities, as well as 5 supervisory staff and 4 QIDP (Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional/s).

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