The Division of Developmental Disabilities is actively working to support the health and safety of members, families, and the professionals in our system during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit the DDD Actions Related to COVID-19 webpage to view resources and learn more about the actions we are taking to ensure the continuation of necessary services for our members and to support the financial viability of our providers.
The Division of Developmental Disabilities empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to lead self-directed, healthy and meaningful lives. DDD provides supports and services for eligible Arizonans. DDD provides supports and services to individuals diagnosed with one of the following developmental disabilities:
- Cerebral palsy;
- Cognitive / Intellectual Disability;
- Down Syndrome; or
- Are under the age of six and at risk of having a Developmental Disability
DDD serves more than 50,000 people with developmental disabilities and their families throughout Arizona each year.
News and Announcements
Supports and Services
The Division provides supports and services that help enable individuals with opportunities to exercise their rights and responsibilities of independent decision-making and engagement in the community.
Upcoming DDD Events
Note: The Department of Economic Security provides language assistance free of charge to those with Limited English Proficiency to ensure meaningful access to programs, services, and activities.