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To support the choices of individuals with disabilities and their families by promoting and providingwithin communities, flexible, quality, consumer-driven services and supports.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)provides supports and services to nearly 30,000 people with developmental disabilities and their families throughout Arizona.
DDDD strives to support the choices of individuals with disabilities and their families by promoting and providing within communities, flexible, quality, consumer-driven services and supports. We value our community connections and emphasis on looking at a person’s strengths and gifts.
Services to children and adults with developmental disabilities are delivered in the family or person’s own home. Services are provided based on each person’s identified needs, state and/or federal guidelines and, when applicable, the availability of funds. Services are authorized and monitored by a support coordinator (case manager). The support coordinator promotes access to community resources and flexibility in meeting the person’s needs. While some services are delivered directly by the State, most services are delivered through a large network of individual and agency contracted providers.