Resources for DADS Services Providers

This site helps DADS providers find the information they need to do business with the department in one convenient location.

If you want to become a DADS provider, please click on the program name that you are interested in from the links below. On the homepage for that program, click on the graphic on the upper right that says, ""Older adults and people with disabilities need your help. Learn how to become a provider."

If you are interested in other contracting opportunities with the agency, such as providing goods or administrative services or requests for proposals for special projects or services, please visit the Contracting with DADS website.

Calendar of Events

Positive Behavior Management and Support Workshops

June 16-17, 2016
Austin

This 12-hour training will teach participants how and why attention can be a powerful tool for behavior change, how to use reinforcement to tip the scales toward adaptive, positive or successful behaviors, and how to safely and effectively redirect potentially harmful behaviors as a last resort.

Aging in Texas Conference 2016

July 12 – 15, 2016
Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk

The Aging in Texas Conference supports professionals in the field of aging with current research, training, and tools and resources to create excellence in service delivery.  With educational programming covering a variety of areas, this conference is beneficial to everyone involved with caring for Texas seniors, from administrators to service providers.

It is sponsored by the Texas Association of Area Agencies on Aging, the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services, and the Texas Association of Regional Councils.

Positive Behavior Management and Support Workshops

July 18-19, 2016
Houston

This 12-hour training will teach participants how and why attention can be a powerful tool for behavior change, how to use reinforcement to tip the scales toward adaptive, positive or successful behaviors, and how to safely and effectively redirect potentially harmful behaviors as a last resort.

Positive Behavior Management and Support Workshops

July 21-22, 2016
Tyler

This 12-hour training will teach participants how and why attention can be a powerful tool for behavior change, how to use reinforcement to tip the scales toward adaptive, positive or successful behaviors, and how to safely and effectively redirect potentially harmful behaviors as a last resort.

2016 Geriatric Symposium  Texas Taking the Next Step

Aug. 1-2, 2016
Austin Marriott North
Round Rock, Texas