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BSDC VisionEach person served by the Beatrice State Developmental Center is challenged to achieve independence, realize personal goals, develop meaningful relationships, and is safe, healthy, happy, and respected. BSDC Culture The Beatrice State Developmental Center promotes a culture that embodies mutual respect, builds on people’s strengths, and gives a forward focus to the lives of people we serve and our staff. The Beatrice State Development Center.
Justice Dept. , state of Nebraska outline changes at Beatrice State Development Center.
 Its resident population peaked at about 2300 in the late 1960s.  From there it declined: new restrictions had been imposed on the use of unpaid labor by residents of institutions, and there was a national trend toward deinstitutionalization.  In 1975, the Horacek v. Exon lawsuit was settled with a consent decree whereunder many of the residents of the Beatrice State Home were transferred to community-based mental health facilities.  In that year, the institution's name was changed to the current Beatrice State Developmental Center.