Institute on Community IntegrationCollege of Education and Human Development

ICI Highlights

Transition to Retirement

Forum on Transition to Retirement

The RTC recently co-sponsored a forum exploring a growing need among people with disabilities for a path to retirement that leads to an active, meaningful, socially-inclusive life as an older person.

Computer worker with a disability

Brief Investigates Poverty, Disability

A new brief, Employment for People with Disabilities in Poverty: A Need for National Attention, investigates disability, poverty, labor-force participation, and employment among people with disabilities.

Family photo of the Lockwood family from the cover of Impact in 1990

Impact Issue Tells Advocacy Stories

The 25th anniversary Impact issue shares powerful personal stories from people with disabilities, families, and allies, showing how the disability rights movement has touched lives in the past 25 years.

Teacher in a diverse classroom

ICI is CDC Autism Monitoring Site

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has funded ICI as a new monitoring site to estimate prevalence of autism and intellectual disability among 8-year-olds in two counties.

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About the Institute on Community Integration (ICI)

The Institute on Community Integration is a federally designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Through collaborative research, training, and information sharing, the Institute improves policies and practices to ensure that all children, youth, and adults with disabilities are valued by, and contribute to, their communities of choice.