About Desired Results Access Project

Mission Statement: The Desired Results Access Project promotes positive outcomes for young children with disabilities and their families within California’s Early Learning and Development System by creating and supporting a high-quality assessment system.

A document explaining how the DRDP (2015) helps to assure that California has a coordinated system working toward the same successful developmental outcomes, benefiting teachers and service providers, program administrators, and families.

This document defines common abbreviations associated with fields of early intervention, early childhood education, and early childhood special education that are used in the Desired Results Access Project’s documents and resources.

A single page document about the Desired Results Access Project and the project's Key Activities for the current year.

A brochure describing the benefits, key features, instrument, observation, reports, and how family members may participate with the DRDP (2015) assessment.