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DOH NEWS RELEASE: New Developmental Disabilities Division website offers improved access

Posted on Jul 20, 2018 in Latest Department News

HONOLULU – Easy-to-read and easy-to-access information are the focus of the new Department of Health Developmental Disabilities Division (DDD) website. It’s full of resources for all types of users including people with disabilities, families, providers and the general public.
Get easier access to forms and applications and information about DDD services. Find articles, contact information, and links to resources, all a convenient click or two away from the home page.

The DDD understood how accessing state services could be confusing for anyone. “We created a website that is easier to navigate, more educational and interactive,” said Mary Brogan, the division’s administrator. “We hope the new website better meets the needs of the community and provides people across the state with current information and resources.”

The improved website includes practical information on:

– How to apply for division services
– Available services and support for participants and families
– Resources for providers and caregivers

Visit the new DDD website at

The website is expected to receive more than 50,000 views in the coming year and is the 15th most visited site on the Department of Health’s website.

About the Developmental Disabilities Division
The DDD serves people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to ensure that they have an inclusive, quality life in the community. The division provides support to people with disabilities and their right to live and participate fully in the community throughout their lives. Quality, accessible support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families is central to the work of the division.

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Media Contact(s):
Mary Brogan
Developmental Disabilities Division
(808) 586-5840

Jackson Wong
Communications Office