Speaking out for People with
 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Ohio Disability Advocacy Alliance

Protecting the Rights of Ohio's Most Vulnerable Citizens

The Ohio Disability Advocacy Alliance (DAA) is comprised of volunteer advocates who came together in of support residential and employment choice, and opportunities for day services and programs, for citizens with disabilities. DAA was formed in opposition to state and federal initiatives which, if implemented, will severely limit service options in Ohio. 

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Testimony in response to the CMS Transition Plan by VOR and DAA members:

Strategic Leadership Planning Group Final (SLPG) Recommendations (December 2014)  ("The SPLG is developing a set of recommendations that will be presented to [DODD] Director [John] Martin, who will review the group's input to see what items can be implemented. It's important to remember that these are just recommendations, and may or may not be implemented; decisions about whether or not items can be implemented will be based on many factors." [Source: "Our Future: A Brighter Future for All Ohioans," Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD)].

Disability Rights Ohio letters to the Kasich Administration: July 1, 2014 and March 26, 2015.

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