The Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) has gathered
resources and developed guidance to assist with the delivery of community-based
services in response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak. The DDA is
working with the Maryland Department of Health (MDH) Administrations, the
Maryland Department of Disabilities (MDOD), and Maryland and National Advocacy Organizations to help inform and support people in services, family members,
direct support professionals, and providers during this challenging time. We are committed to providing informaion, tools, and resources you need to succeed as the first line of defense for individuals with developmental disabilities in Maryland.
We have created a dedicated DDA COVID-19 Resource Page with useful information to help you dureing this time.
People with developmental disabilities will have full lives in the communities of their choice where they are included, participate, and are active citizens.
Create a flexible, person-centered, family-oriented system of supports so people can have full lives.
The direction of DDA's service delivery system is transforming to better meet the needs of people receiving services.
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