As a family member, you can get help to support your loved one in the family home with the assistance of respite and other family support services.
If you are a person with developmental disabilities who wants to live independently in your community, you can find employment training and support, volunteer opportunities and other types of community engagement.
If you or your loved one has higher needs that require more intensive supports, residential and day services may also be available.
People with developmental disabilities have the same basic rights as everyone else.
OPWDD is committed to protecting your privacy.
All Americans have the right to vote, including people with developmental disabilities.