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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

Guest Blog: Checking in with SB 204, SSLCs

Advocates reflect on the fate of SB 204, a bill that would have initiated a true rebalancing of options for Texans with I/DD.

Read more: Guest Blog: Checking in with SB 204, SSLCs

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

Get Involved

Featured Resource: Capitol Accessibility

Featured Resource: Capitol Accessibility

At the request of the Texas Preservation Board last year, CTD put together a report on some of the accessibility issues our members experience first-hand at the State Capitol.

More about CTD's Capitol Accessibility Report
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
Did You Know

Did You Know:

.5 Million

Number of Texans with some type of brain injury, not including military veterans who have returned home.

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