Provider Manual for Community Developmental Disability Providers of State –Funded Developmental Disability Services Fiscal Year 2018
~~“Vision: It is the vision of DBHDD that every person who participates in our services leads a satisfying, independent life with dignity and respect.
Mission: The mission of DBHDD is to provide and promote local accessibility and choice of services and programs for individuals, families and communities through partnerships, in order to create a sustainable, self-sufficient and resilient life in the community.
Values: The core values of DBHDD are respect, inclusiveness, and transparency. DBHDD believes it is critical that services, supports, treatment and care respect the vision of the individual. Each provider must incorporate this belief and practice into its service delivery to support individuals with developmental disabilities in living a meaningful life in the community. Specifically, the provider must ensure:
➢ Person-centered service planning and delivery that address what is important to and for individuals.
➢ Capacity and capabilities, including qualified and competent providers and staff. ➢ Individual safeguards.
➢ Satisfactory individual outcomes.
➢ Systems of care that have the infrastructure necessary to provide coordinated services, supports, treatment and care.
➢ Individuals rights and responsibilities.
➢ Individual access.
- Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
- Provider Transformation