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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 twice a month, featuring news for and by Vermonters with disabilities.


Latest podcast episode:

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This month Adrienne Miao connects with David Frye, who shares his experiences growing up in Barnet, Vermont, and finding sustainable employment as a gay Vermonter with a disability.

Watch this episode on our YouTube channel


5 Frequently Asked Questions About Disability Studies at UVM

Dr. Winnie Looby answers the five most frequently asked questions about the UVM Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies.

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What's makes Vermont's outdoor spaces accessible?

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In Fall 2022, CDCI partnered with The Nature Conservancy Vermont to ask people to rank the features of accessible, inclusive, and safe outdoor natural spaces.

Accessibility in Vermont's outdoor natural spaces



New Continence Consultation Services Available 

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The Vermont Continence Project is offering new levels of consultation services, including an online group for parents and caregivers, and a new video learning series.

Learn more and sign up