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Episode 127 Resources: What Are Developmental Disabilities Councils?

Release Date: Wednesday – March 6, 2024
Archive, Bios, Description, Transcripts for Episode 127: What Are Developmental Disabilities Councils?
Guest: Johnny Callebs, Executive Director, Kentucky Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities
Moderator & Host: Barry Whaley, Project Director at the Southeast ADA Center

Contents

National Network of Developmental Disabilities Councils (DD Councils)

Learn about the Kentucky Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities (CCDD)

ADA Live Podcasts and Resources Related to DD Council Programs

You can access all ADA Live! episodes with archived audio, accessible transcripts, and resources at ADAlive.org. Most episode transcripts are also available in Spanish. (Transcripciones de los episodios en español.) Listen on the SoundCloud ADA Live! channel at soundcloud.com/adalive.

Other Resources Mentioned in This Episode

  • APSE – Association of People Supporting Employment First
    This organization advances employment and self-sufficiency for all people with disabilities. Its vision is that people with all types of disabilities are employed, pursuing careers and building assets just like people without disabilities.
    Link: apse.org
  • Kentucky Supported Higher Education Partnership
    The Kentucky Supported Higher Education Partnership (KSHEP) is a network of Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) across the state offering inclusive higher education programs for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as Comprehensive Transition and Postsecondary (CTP) programs.
    Link: kshep.hdiuky.org
  • Think College
    Think College provides resources, technical assistance and training related to college options for students with intellectual disability, and manages the only national listing of college programs for students with intellectual disability in the United State.
    Link: thinkcollege.net