The mission of the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council (UDDC) is to advocate, build capacity and encourage systems change to support people with disabilities and their families to fully and independently participate in their communities. As an independent, governor-appointed body, the UDDC has representation across administrations, as well as family and individual voices.
- Advocates for the needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
- Educates about disability rights, advocacy and the importance of self-determination.
- Encourages diversity and inclusion through our actions and Council members. Builds capacity by initiating new ideas and approaches that will improve the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- Trains and support citizens to speak up about what they want and need and helps to empower people to advocate on behalf of their own lives, families, neighbors, and communities.
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