Hot Topics & Upcoming Events
- NEW ICDD Stakeholder Survey
- NEW Community Inclusion Award
- Take Your Legislator to Work 2014 Materials available
- Disability Mentoring Day Grants Now Available
- Employment Survey - We want to hear from you!
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The Council is conducting a survey of service providers for adults with developmental disabilities throughout Idaho. Please take a minute and help us learn from you.
Please take a minute to learn about the work that the Collaborative Workgroup on Adult Service System Redesign has completed and plans for the near future. Click here to learn more.
Thank you to Senator Mike Crapo, Senator James Risch, Representative Mike Simpson and Representative Raul Labrador for their support in passing The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. This act was signed into law by President Obama on July 23, 2014. To read more about what this legislation accomplished please check out this link: http://www.murray.senate.gov/public/?p=workforce-innovation-and-opportunity-act
"All Idahoans participate as equal members of society, empowered to reach their full potential as responsible and contributing citizens of their community."
Our Idaho Partners
Idaho Self Advocate Leadership Network
A network of individuals with developmental disabilities who work together to grow through education and advocacy.
Assists people with disabilities to protect, promote and advance their legal and human rights, through quality legal, individual, and system advocacy.
Center on Disabilities and Human Development
Operates a variety of independent grant programs and carries out training, services, technical assistance, research and dissemination activities.
Our Federal Partners
National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities
NACDD serves as the National Voice of State and Territorial Councils on Developmental Disabilities. We support Councils in implementing the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act promoting the interest and rights of people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Administration on Developmental Disabilities
The Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities ensures that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally-competent needed community services, individualized supports, and other forms of assistance that promote self-determination, independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion in all facets of community life.