Be Informed and Be Involved



The Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) is committed to making sure that individuals with disabilities lead the lives they choose. As we make our system as person-centered as possible, we want to keep you up to date on changes happening at the Division and involved in the work we are doing.

Ways you can be informed and involved with DSPD:


Family and Self Advocate Information Gatherings
Workgroups, Committees, and Councils
Feedback Corner
Professional Resources

Be Informed

DSPD hosts quarterly Family and Self-Advocate Information Gatherings to explain changes that are happening with DSPD and what that means for individuals in our services, *self-advocates, and families. This is also a place where you can provide input on the changes talked about, or any concerns you may have. You can find information about the next gathering, along with resources and presentations from previous meetings below.

*A self-advocate is an individual with a disability who wants to share their experiences and help make DSPD services even better, whether or not they are currently receiving services.


Next Meeting

FEBRUARY 9, 2022

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM or

6:30 pm - 8:00 PM


Previous Meetings



Be Involved

DSPD has different workgroups, committees, and councils that bring together individuals with disabilities, family members, providers, Support Coordinators, and community advocates to make sure that changes in our system are guided by everyone involved in DSPD services.

Please click on one of the titles below to find out more about current opportunities to get involved.




Community Engagement Resources Search Tool


In order to start the video, please click the play icon on the bottom left side of the video.

Feedback Corner


DSPD will post different projects or documents up for public review here before they are finalized. We will let you know when these opportunities become available.


Submit a Success Story

Resources for Professionals