Every five years, the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) is required to submit a plan to the federal government that focuses on systems change that will improve the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities in the state.
The BPDD believes that all people with disabilities should be fully included in the community. Go to the links below for current and past BPDD State Plans:
State Plan 2017-2021
Goal 1 – More people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) will be included in their communities.
By September 2021, more people with I/DD including those with diverse identities will participate in integrated community activities of their choosing as evidenced by:
Goal 2 – More people with I/DD trained in advocacy and self advocacy, resulting in an increase in the number of policies/laws that support people with disabilities to be more included in community life.
By September 2021, more people with I/DD including those with diverse identities and their families will increase their advocacy efforts, resulting in increased numbers of policies supporting inclusion of people with disabilities in community life.
For details: 2017-2021-State-Plan-Final
Previous State Plans