Division of Developmental Disabilities  

Individuals & Families Providers Resources

Welcome to the Division of Developmental  Disabilities (DDD). If you are someone with a developmental disability, this is for you! This website is also for family members, guardians, and service providers.  Use the audience links above to find information specific to your needs.
 
The Division of Developmental Disabilities provides funding and oversight for community-based services. The Division also operates sites providing services for individuals with developmental disabilities.
 
The Division:
  • Determines eligibility for DD services
  • Provides service coordination for eligible individuals
  • Determines eligibility for DD Medicaid Waiver services
  • Regulates and pays providers of community-based developmental disabilities services
  • Provides training and technical assistance 
  • Investigates complaints

General Information

Public Hearing to receive comments regarding continued services with RTG Medical for providing temporary Speech and Language Pathology to the Beatrice State Developmental Center.

2016 Stakeholder Meetings

DDD organizational chart

HCBS State Transition Plan

Title 404 NAC Regulations

 

“Let’s Talk” Town Hall Meetings

The Division of Developmental Disabilities and Division of Medicaid and Long-Term Care are working together to talk about managed care, Medicaid Waivers, and the statewide transition plan. Town Hall discussions have been, and will be, held to update you, your family, friends, and others.

Courtney Miller
Courtney Miller, Director,
Division of Developmental Disabilities 

 
In partnership, the Division of Developmental Disabilities and the Division of Medicaid & Long-Term Care are reaching out to individuals we serve, their families, guardians, advocates, providers, and other stakeholders to participate in workgroups. Information from workgroups will be used to submit waiver applications for the review and approval of the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services.  Workgroups are open to DHHS employees as well as the public. 

 

Questions or Comments about HCBS Medicaid Initiative?  Email us!


 

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