The Governor's 2016 Supplemental Budget has been released.
The CDC website now has important information on The Right To Know Campaign: Breast Cancer Screening.
New information is available for Individual Providers (IP)! Resources include details on how to become a provider, links to applicable IRS forms, and more.
The Family Community Connections Guidebook (PDF) is now available! This helpful document has been developed for caregivers with input from families, individuals with disabilities, and professionals. It offers ideas, tips and resources to help you envision a full and meaningful life for your family member.
Great news for 2015-2016 high school transition graduates! The Developmental Disabilities Administration has employment funding! Read about it here: High School Transition Students Flyer.
If you were a child under age 18 who received Medicaid personal care services between July 1, 2005 and November 30, 2011, or an individual provider for such a child during that period, you may be eligible for payment under a settlement agreement in the case of M.T.E. v. DSHS. For more information, please visit https://www.dshs.wa.gov/dda/mte.
The DDA Mission: Transforming lives by providing support and fostering partnerships that empower people to live the lives they want. Read more about DDA strategic objectives.
People with developmental disabilities and their families are valued citizens of the state of Washington. The Developmental Disabilities Administration strives to develop and implement public policies that will promote individual worth, self-respect, and dignity such that each individual is valued as a contributing member of the community.