Working to ensure that people with developmental disabilities enjoy the same quality of life as the rest of society.
Upcoming Events/Requests for Proposals
Tell Us What You Think
The DDC is holding a series of Community Conversations for parents/caregivers of students with disabilities to discuss inclusion in Delaware’s schools. See the Flyer for dates and times and to register.
Locations, Dates & Times
Not able to attend? No problem! Please visit the following sites,where you can type in your feedback by navigating through a set of guided questions.
We hope to see you at an event or hear from you via the website.
Request For Proposals
Delaware Supported Decision Making Summit Presentations
Supported Decision Making, Your Support, My Decisions
Tribute to the hard work and dedication to those who "LEAD ON"!
Disabilities & Victimization Survey
Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Policy memorandum Number 70: Inclusion This policy was developed to prpovide uniform standards for inclulsive practices to be utilized to ensure the services offered by DHSS are provided in a manner that is as inclusive as possible.
"Rule Out Abuse" Campaign for Physicians
Start Your Journey in Self-Advocacy!
Changing Lives. Changing Policies.
Community Living and Participation for Individuals with IDD
Delaware Lt. Governor, Matt Denn, and Deputy Attorney General, Patricia Dailey-Lewis, Release 1st Report on Public School Anti-Bullying Compliance. "Unfinished Business: Implementation by Delaware Public Schools of the State's 2012 Anti-Bullying Laws."
Restraint and Seclusion in Delaware Schools: Fact Sheet For more information on Restraint and Seclusion please visit our resource page.)
A Better Bottom Line: Employing People with Disabilities From Delaware Governor Jack Markell, National Governors Association Chair, 2012-2013