About Us

 

VISION: To facilitate the integration of citizens with the most significant disabilities into the fabric of American life exemplifying the values of independence (having choice and control of one’s life), productivity (real money for real work), and inclusion (to live, work and play in the community of one’s choice) accomplished through research, service, and coordination in the activities of the Center’s three components:

Assistive Technology and Innovation

Educational and Community Supports

Program Research and Evaluation

MISSION: To facilitate the integration of individuals with disabilities into the fabric of American life, exemplifying the values of independence (having the choice and control of one's life), productivity (real money for real work), and inclusion (to live, work, and play in the community of one's choice).

CORE VALUES:

  • Full inclusion of persons with disabilities into every aspect of society

  • Universal design which benefits everyone

  • Collaboration with stakeholder agencies

  • Research to evaluate and demonstrate effective practices

  • Timely dissemination of research findings to stakeholders

 

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THE CENTER STRIVES TO:

Be innovative and sustainable

Facilitate discoveries and best practices

Conduct and apply scientific research

Include all stakeholders: individuals with disabilities, their families,
practitioners/service providers, and policy makers

Impact lives and the community at large

Listen, respect, develop relationships, and respond

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Last Updated: Mar 18, 2014

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