State of Nevada


Office of Disability Services



State of Nevada

Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) Disability Services (DS) Unit
Q   Who do you serve?
A   Our services are generally available to people of all ages with physical disabilities who have independent living needs. As a general rule, we do not offer services related to medical, educational, or employment needs.
Q   What services do you offer?
A   Home and vehicle modifications; in-home care; rehabilitation for people with Traumatic Brain Injury; financial loans to people needing to purchase assistive devices; recycled medical equipment; telephone devices and advocacy support for people with communication disabilities; assistive technology training and assessments; training for in-home caregivers; and an online registry of accessible housing, among other services.
Q   Do you make disability determinations?
A   No, that is done by doctors and other agencies.
Q   If I have a temporary disability, does Nevada have a disability income program?
A   Unlike some states, Nevada does not have such a program. A person must purchase disability insurance to have this protection.
Q   How can I get information on services available from other agencies?
A   Nevada 2-1-1 is a great resource for information about any social service. Simply dial 2-1-1 on your telephone, or go to their website at




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Aging  & Disability Services Division (ADSD)
3416 Goni Rd D-132
Carson City, NV 89706
(775) 687-4210

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