Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities Councils consist of volunteers appointed by governors, over half of whom must be people with developmental disabilities or their family members. They engage in systemic change, capacity building, and advocacy activities that: Educate the public; Develop and support coalitions; Inform federal, state, and local policy makers; Demonstrate new approaches to services, supports, and other assistance; Outreach to those who might not come to the attention of the Council; Assist neighborhoods and communities to respond positively to individuals with DD and their families; Foster interagency collaboration and coordination, including related Councils, committees, and programs; Eliminate barriers and enhance citizen participation.
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