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A Community Collaboration focused on the transition to adulthood for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD).

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We bring together self advocates, families, employers, state agencies, and service providers to improve access to opportunities and resources.

Did you know?

Businesses that hire people with IDD report improved workplace culture, innovation, customer loyalty, and employee retention. [1]

Employers describe people with IDD
in the workplace as:
motivated, and
attentive to work quality

Yet, 69% of adults with IDD in NC are unemployed.[2]

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This solution to this systemic problem is much bigger than one organization or program – which is why we are working together to create a cross-sector, statewide movement toward opportunity for all.

  1. [1] 14cp, 2014
  2. [2] (2023). Population Data from the American Community Survey (Post 2007), Cognitive Disability. North Carolina, U.S. Total: Percent of Working-Age People Who Are Employed. Retrieved 07/31/2023 from

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