Bullying happens in YOUR class, in YOUR school and YOU don’t even know it because of the fear for the victim. Our mini grant program helps with funding for counseling, support and other means to put an end to the horrific action.
It only takes one person, YOU, to start the stop!
The ACDD State Plan Input Survey and the Transportation Survey are now available online. Please take a moment to share your thoughts with us. The information collected in these surveys will help with planning future efforts on behalf of Alabamians with developmental disabilities. Access the Transportation Survey here. 2015 State Plan Input Survey.
Advocacy, capacity-building and efforts at system change aimed at providing families of children with developmental disabilities access to and use of child care services; includes before, after and out-of-school care and should be located in families’ communities.
Advocacy, capacity building and efforts at system change that result in access for individuals with developmental disabilities to housing and housing supports and services, such as assistance with renting, owning or modifying an apartment or home.
Advocacy, capacity building and efforts at systems change that result in access for individuals with developmental disabilities to coordinate health, mental health, preventive health programs and other human and social services.
Advocacy, capacity-building and efforts at systems change that result in improved opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities to get, keep or advance in paid employment, including supported or self-employment; work in integrated, community settings.
Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities’ Council Meeting is scheduled for
February 19, 2016 beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Marriott Prattville At Capitol Hill,