The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) is one of seven program offices operating under the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS).
Support Pennsylvanians with developmental disabilities to achieve greater independence, choice and opportunity in their lives.
Continuously improve an effective system of accessible services and supports that are flexible, innovative, and person-centered.
Promotes the belief that, with the support of family and friends, people with disabilities can and should decide how to live their lives.
This publication offers us a glimpse of where we are today and will help us to continue to move forward and strive for a better tomorrow.
This statistical report reviews the number of individuals ODP serves, settings where they live, what services are provided to them, and the costs of those services.
The data provided in this Independent Monitoring 4 Quality report is intended to help understand how people feel about their lives and the services they receive.
The QA&I process is one tool that ODP uses to evaluate the current system of supports and to identify ways to improve the service system for all individuals.
In this report, you’ll find information regarding ODP’s strategies and initiatives to address insufficient waiver capacity.
Individual interviews are considered a critical component of the QA&I process in order to fully evaluate an individual’s experience with services and supports.