The Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) is launching an exciting new Medicaid Alternative Pathways to Independence (MAPs) program. MAPs will support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to increase their independence. MAPs is for those who want to learn skills to help them work, live independently, learn about their neighborhoods, and find hobbies that interest them. The program will give people the tools, technology, and support they need to meet their goals at home, at work, and in their community.


Jason Camperlino

Youth Transition Director – MAPS