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What’s Your Experience With Intellectual and Developmental Disability Care in Arizona?

The Arizona Daily Star and ProPublica are investigating services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Here's how people with disabilities, their families, friends, caregivers, teachers and medical providers can help.

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Updated Nov. 2, 2020.

Do you live in Arizona? Do you live with an intellectual or developmental disability, or know someone who does? Have you or your loved ones gotten the care you need? Tell us about it.

The Arizona Daily Star and ProPublica are reporting on the way the state helps people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities in Arizona. We want to hear from as many people who have disabilities, or care for people who have disabilities, as we can. Please tell us about any problems you have had with the Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD), Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS) or the Arizona Early Intervention Program (AzEIP). We are also interested in experiences people have had with group homes.

The more people we hear from, the better our stories will be. You can fill out the questionnaire below, or you can call or text reporter Amy Silverman at 520-329-7530. You can even record and send us a video (we’ll explain how to do that below).

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