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    The 84th Lege

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    Short Film Competition Now Accepting Entries

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    Pen 2 Paper 2015 Now Open

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    Support CTD in 2015

Our Mission

CTD is a 501(c)3 working to ensure that persons with disabilities may work, live, learn, play and participate fully in the community of their choice. We focus on the areas of governmental advocacy, public awareness activities, and professional disability consulting to fulfill our mission. CTD is the largest and oldest member driven cross-disability organization in the state.

News & Events

William Greer: Unsung & Unstoppable

New e-book featuring CTD’s William Greer tells stories of unexpected and uncelebrated heroism from the disability community.

Read more: William Greer: Unsung & Unstoppable

$10 Campaign

Community Attendants Earn It!

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Guest Blog: Fair Wage for the Invalueable

People who work the hardest and do not have the most glamorous jobs, such as personal care attendants, are paid the least. This doesn’t seem right.

Read more: Guest Blog: Fair Wage for the Invalueable

Guest Blog: Autism Services in the 84th Legislature

By 2016, experts project that demand for Autism services will far outpace the state’s capacity. Two legislators have opposing solutions.​

Read more: Guest Blog: Autism Services in the 84th Legislature

Get Involved

Featured Resource: Prescription Assistance Programs

Featured Resource: Prescription Assistance Programs

Did you know that you can get financial assistance to pay for your prescriptions? Reimbursement, discounts, and many other programs are available.

More about Rx assistance programs
Calling all artists!

Calling all artists!

Change your world through art! Participate in CTD’s annual arts initiatives: the Cinema Touching Disability Short Film Competition and Pen 2 Paper Creative Writing Contest.

More about upcoming and annual events
Did You Know

Did You Know:

58%

National percentage of people under guardianship who have an Intellectual/ Developmental disability (as of Nov. 2014).

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Did You Know

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