Parents are valued partners in Pflugerville ISD, where we believe that successful learning is achieved through strong connections with parents and all sectors of our community. In our pursuit of providing an exemplary education for the students of Pflugerville ISD, we must depend on our dedicated parents and our students’ guardians to help our students be successful.
Funding and Services
Home and Community-based Services (HCS)
Program-HCS provides individualized services and supports to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities that are living with their family, in their own home or in other community settings, such as small group homes.
Community Living Assistance and Support Services (CLASS)
Provides home- and community-based services to people with related conditions as a cost-effective alternative to placement in an intermediate care facility for persons with intellectual disabilities or a related condition (ICF-MR/RC). A related condition is a disability, other than intellectual disability, that originated before age 22 and that affects the ability to function in daily life.
In-Home and Family Support Program (DADS)
This program provides direct grant benefits to people who have physical disabilities and or their families to help them purchase services that enable them live in the community. Eligible people choose and purchase services that help them to remain in their own homes.
Children with Special Healthcare Needs
Department of Health - provides case management and supports family-centered, community based strategies for improving quality of life for children with special health care needs.
Medically Dependent Children’s Program (MDCP)
Department of Human Services- provides a variety of services.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Monthly payment and/or Medicaid; dependent on income and disability.
(512) 916-5404 or Toll Free (800) 772-1213.
Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)
Advocacy for Texans who are deaf or hard of hearing (all ages). Services and programs for Texans who are blind or visually impaired (all ages), including transition services (ages 13-22). Assistance in vocational rehabilitation and job counseling for Texans with disabilities (all ages).