What We're All About
Governed by Missouri Senate Bill 40 (SB40), the Taney County Board for the Developmentally Disabled, known as Developmental Connections, is a political sub-division of the county, empowered to collect a county-wide property tax for the establishment and/or operation of employment programs, residential facilities and/or related services for the care or employment of Taney County residents with developmental disabilities.
The Board’s goal is to assist and support local non-profit agencies in the development of resources to enhance the lives and opportunities available to individuals with developmental disabilities in Taney County.
Developmental Connections, the Taney County Board for the Developmentally Disabled, exists to serve our community as the central resource for individuals who have developmental disabilities and their families.
We provide opportunities and support to individuals with developmental disabilities helping them achieve their highest potential.
- We are passionate about increasing the array of services available to individuals with developmental disabilities in Taney County.
- We are committed to ensuring individuals receiving services are aware of their options, responsibilities, and right to make their own choice.
- We develop relationships and opportunities to positively influence the lives of those we serve, and support agencies dedicated to providing high quality services.
That our standard be everyone else’s goal.
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What We Do
Developmental Connections focuses on developing, maintaining and expanding a variety of Residential, Vocational and/or Related Services that enhance community participation of Taney County residents who have a developmental disability.