The Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council is seeking candidates to fill open positions on the Governor-appointed Council.
from the Consortium of Citizens with Disabilities
The Money Follows the Person (MFP) program is a Medicaid program that has helped more than 75 thousand people with disabilities and seniors move from nursing homes and other institutions to the community. The MFP program has expired, and we need your advocacy to get Congress to pass the EMPOWER Care Act to continue it. Join in
The Developmental Disabilities Council is seeking a new staff member at the Commerce Specialist 1 level. This position acts as the Self-Advocacy/Civil Rights Coordinator and is responsible for implementing and overseeing projects of the Council related to Self Advocacy/Civil Rights and assure compliance with the mandate of the Developmental Disabilities Act.
Interested in being a Community Guide or Community Engagement Provider?
At a moment of reckoning in the United States about sexual harassment and sexual assault, a yearlong NPR investigation finds that there’s little recognition of a group of Americans that is one of the most at risk: adults with intellectual disabilities. The series starts on Monday, January 8 and runs through January 18th.
The Washington State Developmental Disabilities Council is a Federal-State partnership working to plan for and with people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Developmental Disabilities Council is a Federal-State partnership working to plan for and with people with developmental disabilities and their families.
If you are passionate about public policy, and dedicated to improving the lives of persons with I/DD in Washington State, we welcome your application.