If you are a client of the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), you have rights.
People First of Washington State wants you to know what your rights are, and who to contact if you are having problems.
Noah Seidel and Tim McCue from the Office of the DD Ombuds explain a new law in Washington State that affirms the rights of clients of the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA).
People First members explain the right to make choices in our lives, no matter where we live or who supports us.
Information, Grievances and Appeals
As a DDA client, you have the right to have access to information about their services, and to file grievances and appeals.
Discharge and Termination
If you have a residential provider, this video explains your rights when it comes to having your services discharged or terminated (ended).