Developmental Disabilities Services
Developmental Disabilities provides support and training to individuals and families in order to maximize community and family inclusion, independence, and self-sufficiency; to prevent institutionalization; and to enable institutionalized individuals to return to the community. To achieve this goal, Developmental Disabilities contracts with private, nonprofit and for-profit organizations to provide an array of residential services, day services, and family support services.
For Public Information: The N.D. Department of Human Services’ Developmental Disabilities (DD) Division has submitted an amendment to increase capacity of the Traditional Individual with Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities waiver and the division’s plan to comply with the new Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) rule to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). See Public Notice.
For Public Comment - The N.D. Department of Human Servicesí Developmental Disabilities Division is seeking public comment on amending the Traditional Individual with Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities (IID/DD) Waiver to increase capacity and to comply with the new Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) rule that includes HCBS settings and person-centered planning. See Public Notice.