The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions of lifelong education for people with developmental disabilities in G city. For the purpose of this study,132 lifelong education workers participated. The results of this study were as follows. First, regarding the opinions on the integrated operation of the lifelong education program, the majority responded that it is desirable to operate the integrated or separated program according to the characteristics of the program. Second, the degree of support for lifelong education from G city was perceived as not enough. In addition, in the aspect of the problem in the institution, participants responded as the lack of volunteers and heavy workload for operating lifelong education. Third, in terms of activating strategies of the lifelong education program for people with developmental disabilities, the budget support for the lifelong education institutions was needed the most. In addition, the most necessary program content was found as a basic vocational education program. As for the revitalization policy task, the development and dissemination of various lifelong education programs for each type of disability appeared the highest. Discussion and suggestion are as follows.