Realizing the Intent of the DD Act: How the DD Network Advances the Independence, Productivity, and Integration of People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Prepared
07/01/2011 | 546 Requests *
Using six states as examples, this report illustrates how the DD Network partners, working with each other and in collaboration with state developmental disability agencies and others, have positively affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities - assuring their rightful place as full community members through advocacy, research, training, and programs that directly support individuals and families.
Cooper, Robin E.
System Transformation; Information and Referral; Independent Living; Independence Plus; Assistive Technology; deinstitutionalization; home and community-based services; autism; sustainable housing; efficiency; Protection and Advocacy agencies
Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, Olmstead
Data, Policy alerts, briefs, letters & papers, Reports
NASDDDS, National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services
Maine, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, All States/Territories
National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services
113 Oronoco Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007