Access to health care by individuals with developmental disabilities.

Individuals who live with developmental disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations by health care providers.  
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that health care entities provide full and equal access for people with disabilities. Read more here.

Connecticut residents with developmental disabilities get less primary care, with costly consequences. Read more here.

Click here for links to research, data, and policy.

Join us for our Fall 2023 Speakers Series! The Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities, the University of Connecticut Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, and the CT Health Policy Project are hosting a series of speakers to educate policy makers about healthcare challenges facing people with developmental disabilities.

Health care is complicated. The CT Health Policy Project created a single, comprehensive source on complex health policy issues that is balanced and accessible to all. Click here to learn more.