Share Your Ideas With TCDD

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Update: The TCDD Listens Input Form has closed. Learn more about other opportunities to share your input.

To gather input from people from across the state, the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) launched the TCDD Listens Input Form. The input you share could help inform our work as we develop our next state plan and other future activities.

What Kind of Input Should You Share?

The TCDD Listens Input Form provides an opportunity for you to share your disability-related issues, concerns, or ideas. Have you encountered a barrier to participating in the community or accessing services? If you have, you could submit input that details the barriers you encountered and how you were impacted. Also, if you’ve ever had an idea for how to solve a problem that you’ve encountered, this is an opportunity to share ideas and potential solutions that could improve the lives of more people.

Who Should Share Their Input?

We are seeking input from:

  • self-advocates
  • family of members of people with disabilities
  • allies of the disability community
  • service providers
  • nonprofits
  • local and state government agencies
  • educators and education administrators
  • employers

Anyone interested in disability-related issues in Texas is encouraged to provide their input.

How Do You Share Your Input?

The TCDD Listens Input Form is available in English and Spanish. The form is short and easy to complete. You just provide the name of your topic and then describe your issue, concern, or idea. We also ask for your ZIP code and email address so we can let you know about disability-related information, events, and resources in your region.

The deadline to provide your input is Friday, July 10.