The health and wellness of our staff, partners, and the individuals we serve is our number one priority. While we have closed our office space at Mann Hall, our personnel are still working. This page includes updates about our Center activities and resources we hope the community will find helpful as we work to learn, educate, and promote the health and safety of all in these uncertain times.

CDCI Office and Project Operations

Hours

For the health and safety of people at the Center on Disability and Community Inclusion and our partners we are working from home. Our normal office hours of 8am-4:30pm are still in effect.

Contact

Please know that CDCI and our project personnel are still working and can be reached by email. We have closed our office at Mann Hall. For general inquiries, please feel free to email cdci@uvm.edu or leave us a voice message at (802) 656-4031. You can also contact us via direct message on Facebook or Twitter. We appreciate your patience as we adjust to new ways of advancing our mission of promoting full access, equal opportunities, and participation for all.

Accessible Resources

Plain Language

Additional Languages

American Sign Language

Spanish

Multiple Languages

Resources for Families

Resources by Age

Talking to kids about COVID-19

K-12

Distance Learning Resources

Preparation

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Managing Stress and Trauma

Mental Health

For emergency outreach at the University of Vermont, please email COVID19@uvm.edu or call (802) 656-HELP.

If you have questions, concerns, or updated information for CDCI, please get in touch with Rachel Cronin, Jeanne Nauheimer, or Jesse Suter.