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The Council convened a stakeholder workgroup in the fall of 2013 to develop recommendations for reforming the Developmental Disabilities Administration’s Low Intensity Support Services program. This report describes 25 recommendations and rationale for significant improvements
This 2012 report on the Developmental Disabilities Administration’s Low Intensity Supports Services program was commissioned by the Council in 2012. This report summarizes stakeholder input and provides an assessment of the importance of the program, system functions and recommendations for change.
This comprehensive report was completed by the Council in 2012. It includes data from an extensive survey of Maryland families and child care providers, discusses what has already been done to improve child care in the state and lays out a series of specific recommendations for what more needs to be done.
The Five Year State Plan outlines goals, objectives, and specific activities that will be implemented to bring about change.
What’s Possible tells the stories of nine people who left the Rosewood Center to move into the community. Read about the changes that occurred in their lives and how they, and their families, feel about it.
Planning Now: A Futures and Estate Planning Guide for Families of Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Planning Now is a comprehensive, easy to use futures and estate planning guide for families of children and adults with developmental disabilities. Topics covered include financial and healthcare benefits, wills, trusts, tax considerations, financial planning and others.
Thirty Years of Vision & Achievement
This publication illustrated principles and practices of inclusion in school. Work and Community and described the Council’s work during our first 30 years (2001)
Visions of Equality: Building a Community for Everyone
This public awareness and education publication focused on the importance of inclusion and equal opportunity in all facets of community life, told through the stories of five individuals and families (1990s).
This educational publication used the stories of five families to illustrate the importance of Family Support Services and their impact on people’s lives (1990s).
Inclusive Education in Maryland: A Blueprint for Change
The Council released this extensive report on the education of students with developmental disabilities in Maryland in 2003. The findings and recommendations were used as an education and advocacy tool.