Supporting people with disabilities in accessing and thriving in the communities of their choice since 1974.

We believe in and work towards a diverse and vibrant future with, for, and by people with disabilities in Vermont.

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CDCI Connects comes out monthly, featuring news for and by Vermonters with disabilities.



Latest podcast episode:

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This month we connect Rachel Cronin and Melissa Cronin, to talk about invisible disabilities and identity.

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Congratulations to the Think College Vermont Class of 2022!

Please join us in congratulating Think College Vermont's graduating students and peer mentors.

We can't wait to see what they do next.

More about Think College Vermont


What Are Vermonters' Attitudes Toward Disability?

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This year, the annual "Vermonter Poll" included questions about disability. In preliminary findings from the study, we look at how Vermonters think about disability and school, the workforce, and quality of life.

Read the full first findings from the study


Updated Green Mountain Emergency Preparedness Toolkit now available

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We've updated our Green Mountain Emergency Preparedness Guide to include information for keeping your service animal safe during an emergency.

Get the updated guide