Board for Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities and Early Childhood Supports Division
The Board for Developmental Disabilities is a 15-member citizen advisory board that provides oversight of community services for children with developmental delays, adults with developmental disabilities, and their families.
The board develops plans for developmental disability services, advises on funding priorities, and advocates for increases in funding and improvements in services. Board members include family advocates, self-advocates, professionals and interested citizens.
About the Board
Learn more about the Developmental Disabilities Board. Meet the current board members and explore our projects past, present, and future!
Join the Board
Are you interested in volunteering on our board? Applications are currently being accepted! Read more about the application process.
For more information about the board, or how to sign up for public comment at our meetings, contact:
Jim Ott, Program Manager
Board meetings are typically the first Wednesday of each month from 9:30 - 11:30 AM, via Zoom/Phone. Find the agenda, minutes, and Zoom info here.
Interagency Coordinating Council
Leadership and advocacy in action! King County's ICC operates in partnership with the board and the Washington State Department of Early Learning.