North Dakota Developmental Disabilities Network
The NDDDN is a unique partnership serving individuals with developmental disabilities throughout North Dakota. The network consists of three collaborative entities serving individuals with developmental disabilities. The network includes: The Protections and Advocacy Project, North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities and the North Dakota State Council on Developmental Disabilities. Together, they form a trio striving to assure that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families participate in the design of and have access to culturally competent community services, individualized supports, and other forms of assistance that promote self-determination, independence, productivity, integration and inclusion in all facets of community life.
NDCPD, along with P&A and NDSCDD, will be sponsoring a series of summits on disability related issues over the next several months. The three agencies combined are known as the ND Developmental Disabilities Network (NDDDN).
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September 2009 NDDDN Summit (Housing and Disability Summit)
Please share this information with colleagues/agencies you think may be interested. If you’d like paper brochures or have agencies for us to mail them to, please provide NDCPD with the names and addresses and we will be sure they get a copy this week.
Look for updates on this summit as well as future summits on this NDCPD sponsored
web site, or you can call
NDCPD for details at (800) 233-1737
Thanks for your help “spreading the word.”