Have you ever faced a problem
with a disability service that was
so frustrating, any solution felt
impossible? Have you ever found a program that was so wonderful, you wished you could make it available everywhere?
Progress for people with disabilities depends on stories like those. Finding and using supports to live a full life can be very hard work. It also gives every member of the disability
community a powerful force
for change: personal experience.
The Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities is working on a new five-year state plan to guide their work. The state plan is a key tool for the Council. It guides their strategy and planning. It is how they decide the ways they will improve the disability services
system and grow leaders in the
disability community. The state
plan outlines the goals they will
meet and how they will meet them.
Before they can develop these
goals, they must get input from the public. It should
take about 20 minutes and is
available in English and Spanish.
The survey will be open through the end of September.