Texas Partners for Inclusive Access aims to reduce barriers and increase education around COVID-19 vaccines for Texans with disabilities, their families and caregivers.
TCDD Grant Coordinators report grant outcome measures at various stages, work closely with grantees to resolve compliance issues, and provide technical assistance.
TCDD Regional Coordinators will engage communities, support advocates, and expand the reach and impact of the Council. Coordinators will be located in Amarillo, College Station, Corpus Christi, and Dallas.
We recognize these lawmakers and staff members for their work on legislation to improve inclusion, remove barriers, and promote an increased quality of life for Texans with IDD.
The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) held its quarterly Council and Committee meetings virtually from Aug. 3-6, 2021. During the meetings, the Council awarded funding to continue the […]
This summer, Delysa Amissah-Aidoo served as the user experience/user interface (UX/UI) accessibility intern for TCDD.
For this weekly feature during the regular session, the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) profiled noteworthy bills that were going through the legislative process. Each bill related to TCDD’s Public […]
One year after initial state shutdowns, TCDD shares how Texans with disabilities and their family members have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 87th regular session is over. But after a weekend of tension over a controversial bill related to state election rules, Texas lawmakers are expected to return for a special session.
HB 159 would improve training and staff development for educators to serve all students. The bill was authored by Rep. Mary González.