Find out what the Board has been doing in our Activities Report to the Governor and the State Legislature. The report details our Board’s mission, membership, goals, accomplishments, and budget. Our federal charge in the Developmental Disabilities Act is identifying the most pressing needs of people with developmental disabilities and developing innovative and cost-effective ways to meet these needs in a manner that upholds human and civil value. Councils (Boards) must include, at minimum, 60% people with developmental disabilities and their family members. The BPDD State Plan, informed by statewide input from the disability community, focuses primarily on three...Read More
Day: October 24, 2017
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What’s the Word?
Every month we plan to share some perspective on disability issues written by a self-advocate. This could be about an advocacy effort in the state or just some food for thought.