Promoting independence and optimizing the education, employment, daily living and social intregration of people with disabilities through assistive technology.
We believe that employment should be the first and preferred option for all people, regardless of their disability.
Programs that build confidence and competence of families to support and advocate for their member with a disability.
Promoting the recognition of people with disabilities as equal citizens with rights to full and ordinary lives, without fear of exclusion or abuse.
Building relationships through ordinary living and active participation with family, friends and community.
IHDD faculty and staff have a wealth of expertise and experience in conducting research and developing and evaluating programs for individuals with disabilities and their families.