National Disability Resources

Rooted in Rights


  Our Mission 

To tell authentic, accessible stories that empower our community to advocate for disability rights. 

Our Values Human Rights 

We are rooted in rights because we believe all people deserve equal rights, and our work is dedicated to the people, communities and causes that seek to guarantee those rights for everyone, everywhere. 

Authentic storytelling

 We believe storytelling is how audiences are educated and energized. In the spirit of “nothing about us without us,” the stories we tell must be authentic representations of the people and communities we serve.

 Accessible creativity 

We are dedicated to making content accessible and creative at the same time. All of our creative content is made with maximum accessibility in mind so that as many of our audience members as possible can engage with the content.

 Empowered advocacy

 Our content supports efforts to defend and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities and empowers our audience to create change through online and offline advocacy.     

Parallels In Time A History of Developmental Disabilities


  Parallels in Time A History of Developmental Disabilities Part One: The Ancient Era to the 1950s Part Two: 1950 to Today 

 This is provided by  2017 The Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities
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Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center

Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center

The mission of Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center (SARTAC) is to strengthen the self-advocacy movement by supporting self advocacy organizations to grow in diversity and leadership.

Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)


 To ensure that people with disabilities are treated as equals and that they are given the same decisions, choices, rights, responsibilities, and chances to speak up to empower themselves; opportunities to make new friends; and to learn from their mistakes. 

National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities


 NACDD is the national association for the 56 Councils on Developmental Disabilities (DD Councils) across the United States and its territories. The DD Councils receive federal funding to support programs that promote self-determination, integration and inclusion for all people in the United States with developmental disabilities.