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Help us increase awareness and effect change.

More than seven million people in the United States have some form of intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD).

For these citizens, significant improvements in opportunity, accessibility, and equal rights have been realized in the past few decades—but there remains ample opportunity to change the way disability is viewed in the United States, and to influence policies impacting everything from healthcare to education to fundamental civil rights.

We invite you to consider the statistics below, and to join us in raising our voices in support of people with disabilities.

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