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Developmental Disability

Every day, we see individuals with developmental disability thrive in our community. We are thrilled to be a part of these successes by offering support to individuals and their families. We create personalized plans using a wide spectrum of services. From case management to round-the-clock care, we offer choices designed to help individuals live full, active lives.

  • Sponsored Placement
    Open Your Home and Your Heart - Apply to be a Sponsored Placement Provider: Our Sponsored Placement program allows adults with a developmental disability the chance to be part of a loving family and a vibrant community. Being a Sponsored Placement provider isn’t always easy, but RACSB will be with you every step of the…
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  • Respite Care
    When your child is full-grown but requires ‘round-the-clock care, you can’t just call the teenager down the street when you need to get away. Vacations, weddings and date nights often require strategic planning. We offer a solution for parents
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  • Residential Services
    Living in the community means having a lifestyle tailored to your interests. At RACSB, we provide this lifestyle for adults with a developmental disability. Our residential programs offer an array of services to fit a wide range of needs.   Supervised Apartments: We offer staff support at two apartment complexes in the Fredericksburg area. This…
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  • Day Services
    For the individuals in our day support program, each day holds the promise of a new activity. Rappahannock Adult Activities began four decades ago, when community members noticed that adults with developmental disability didn’t have anywhere to go during the day
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  • Case Management
    Our support coordinators work help individuals with a developmental disability navigate services. Support coordinators assess individuals to determine their needs, then find the most appropriate services. A support coordinator helps develop a personalized plan for each individual, then follows up to make sure the plan is working. Support coordinators also connect individuals with developmental disability…
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Staff explained to Dan that he would need to wear a mask if he wanted to resume community outings, but he continued to push the masks away. After watching his friends go out for two weeks Dan leaned his head toward the mask when it was offered on Aug 3rd. Dan and his friends enjoy spendIng time on the water. Dan spent the morning at Hopyard Farm, on the Rappahannock River, that first day out. In the past two weeks Dan and his friends have enjoyed waterfront adventures at Lake Mooney, City Dock, Fairview Beach Yacht Club, and Mountain Run Lake. ... See MoreSee Less

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Rappahannock Adult Activities is already gearing up for its fall sale. This year's sale will feature a much greater array of goodies, including vegetables and house plants! ... See MoreSee Less

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  • COVID 19 Developmental Disability Resources

    These times can be unsettling for all of us, but individuals with developmental disability and their families, there is an added layer of challenges. Here are some resources to help. New: Here is a Coping Kit to help families and caregivers of individuals with developmental…

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  • 2020 Plant Sale

    We are updating the form every few days as we sell out of items. The date of the latest update is noted by the link to the order form. Please allow up to 48 hours for us to process your order.  We are still catching…

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  • If You Need Help

    The COVID-19 outbreak brings a lot of new worries. We're here to help. If you need to know about our services during the coronavirus pandemic, click here. If you need resources for mental health, substance use disorder, or developmental disability, click here. Here are some…

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Emergency Services are still available. Please call 540-373-6876 if you or a loved one are experiencing a crisis.

We encourage our community to stay home (whenever possible) and stay safe throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. We now offer most of our outpatient, early intervention, and case management services via telemedicine so you can receive the support you need from the safety of your home.

At this time, we are suspending recruitment for most positions. See our employment portal for more information.

COVID-19 Updates and Resources