The ADDP Brain Injury committee is a group of member human service providers that meet frequently to discuss the most recent regulatory, budgetary and operational developments for both acquired brain injury (ABI) services and traumatic brain injury (TBI) services. The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) and the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) provide resources and funding for residential services, case management, day programs, social recreation programs, shared living, and other related community and support services that assist individuals with TBI and ABI, and their families. Members of this committee often meet with key people in the executive branch to advocate on behalf of the needs of these individuals and to create awareness of the needs that human service providers have in order to best provide these services.
On 11/7/17, ADDP submitted comments on the proposed ABI and MFP waiver renewal applications. View comments here, or in the download section of this page (top right).