USC UCEDD Consumer Advisory Committee
The purpose of the USC UCEDD CAC is to help assure the work of the UCEDD contributes to the promises of the DD Act, i.e., the right of individuals with developmental disabilities to live independently, exert control and choice over their own lives, and to fully participate in and contribute to their communities through full integration and inclusion in the economic, political, social, cultural, and educational mainstream of US society. The law says CAC’s must be majority family members and consumers. The committee meets three times a year to oversee activities within the UCEDD and give feedback and input as to its direction. These meetings are designed to:
- Gain feedback from the community we are serving
- Keep statewide communities aware of our progress
- Assure we are addressing pertinent issues for people with developmental disabilities
USC UCEDD CAC meetings are open to the public. For more information, please contact us.
Last Updated 11/8/16