Adult Day Programs
FCDCP’s Adult Day Program offers a variety of programs and activities to assist adults with disabilities to progress, learn, grow, participate in the community, make new friends and have fun.
FCDCP creates a safe, caring environment in which senior adults with disabilities can feel comfortable, stay active and enjoy themselves at the site and in the community.
Fairfield Center for disAbilities and Cerebral Palsy, Inc. (FCDCP) offers non-medical transportation for adults with disabilities and medical transportation in-county and out-of-county, and also offers transportation for other needs. (Examples:, shopping, banking, visitations and also funerals for immediate family members.)
The Transportation Department, under contractual agreements, transports for Meals on Wheels, Job & Family Services, Fairfield County Developmental Disabilities and Passport. The Center also qualified for Medicaid Ambulette Services. To qualify for Medicaid Ambulette services the client must be non-ambulatory and on Medicaid.
FCDCP’s Transportation Department currently employs one Transportation Coordinator, one full-time scheduler and 18 fully trained, caring drivers, who have undergone background checks, are certified in CPR, 1st Aid and Defensive Driving.
FCDCP’s fleet of vehicles are wheelchair accessible.
The Transportation Department’s main goals are to provide safe, punctual and courteous service to all of our clients.
Our wheelchair ramp and home modification program provides Lancaster and Fairfield County residents with mobility disabilities an opportunity to regain the full use of their homes and property. The construction is performed by a large group of church volunteers called the SMART Team. The Center pays for the materials, utilizing funds from the CDBG Grant and River Valley Rods and Customs-Fund Raiser Rods for Ramps.
Medical Loan Closet
The Medical Loan Closet is available to all residents of Fairfield County, at no charge, who are in need. The Loan Closet has items such as Walkers, Wheelchairs, Canes & Crutches, Bedside Commodes, Shower Chairs and Benches. The only requirement to receive any of these items is that you agree and sign a Medical Equipment Release Form.
Peer Support, Advocacy and Information & Referral Services
Our Peer Support, Advocacy and Information & Referral Services are cost effective programs that assist Fairfield County residents with disabilities lead healthier lifestyles and ensure that they have access to the information on governmental programs available to them.