Commitment to Accessibility
As the world becomes more connected online, we continue to learn better ways to reach people and make all of our interactions welcoming and accessible. Check out our Accessibility Resources page for trainings and tools that help us do what we do.
CDCI works to build web content that is accessible to the widest possible audience, including people with disabilities and diverse learning styles. We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website. If you have questions about this website or experience any difficulty in accessing our site, please email our web manager.
Life Histories Project
Over the past 50 years, Vermont has experienced big changes regarding how people with disabilities are treated. CDCI has partnered with Green Mountain Self Advocates to make videos about the lives of Vermonters with disabilities, including those who helped make big changes for our state.
Research for Applied Practice (RAP) Summaries
CDCI presents a series in which authors describe recently published studies and reports in the field of developmental disabilities. Our goal is to explain what the publication was about and how it impacts our field and community, using a format that is accessible to a greater number of people.