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The skill, commitment and hard work of supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) has for too long gone unrecognized. Their untold stories—of lifting the human spirit beyond all expectations—have inspired the ANCOR Foundation to launch a three-year national public awareness campaign. Join us as we showcase successes of people with I/DD and the providers whose support helps make it possible.

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We all have a stake in building opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) because our communities and our society are stronger when everyone has the chance to live a life of dignity. Join us in our effort to educate people across the US about the vital role providers play in supporting people with I/DD to become contributing members of the communities where they live and work.

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(Photo: Rachel Greco/Lansing State Journal)

As Michael Linton Strives to Live Independently, Charlotte Embraces Him

by Rachel Greco, Lansing State Journal, September 13, 2018   CHARLOTTE, Michigan – Monday morning Michael Linton stood on the porch just outside the front doors...
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What Does It Mean To Be A Direct Support Professional?

Dynamic DSPs talk about what it means to be a Direct Support Professional! Special thanks to Danita McKenney Hallett of OHI, Inc., Shanta Williams of...
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2018 DSP of the Year Leroy Bryant, with ANCOR President Angela King

Leroy Bryant, Navajo, Receives National Award for Support of Disabled Natives

by: Lisa J. Ellwood, Indian Country Today, September 18, 2018   WASHINGTON, D.C. – Leroy Bryant, Navajo (Honágháahnii clan), has been named as the 2018...
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We all have a stake in building opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and we hope you will join us in our effort to educate people across the U.S.