The California Department of Developmental Services (DDS) ensures that Californians with developmental disabilities have the opportunity to lead independent, productive lives in their community of choice. DDS oversees the coordination and delivery of services to more than 330,000 individuals who have cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, Down syndrome, autism, epilepsy, and related conditions through a network of 21 regional centers and state-operated facilities.
Regional Center Dashboard
DDS monitors the performance of regional centers to ensure they uphold the values of the Lanterman Act and meet obligations outlined in DDS contracts, state law, and regulations. The reports include either calendar year or fiscal year data and reflect the most recent data available.