Governor John Carney signs HB 326 into law as advocates look on
New law creates tuition assistance for students with intellectual disabilities in college programs

Gov. John Carney today ensured that students with intellectual disabilities will gain greater access to postsecondary education by signing into law a bill creating the Delaware Advance Scholarship Program. It defrays tuition costs for college programs that enable students to hone the skills they need for a successful transition to adult life. 

Amy Brown discussing Universal Design For Learning
Education strategy uses accommodations to create flexible learning environment for all students

Universal Design for Learning encourages educators to proactively identify and eliminate barriers students may face.

LEND student Angela Mitchell at Disability Policy Seminar
Disability community leaders celebrate grassroots activism, call for continued vigilance

Disability advocates from across the country gather in Washington, D.C. to review public policy and lobby their lawmakers.

Artfest 2018 participant and student volunteer
People with disabilities and UD student volunteers bond at inclusive art festival

The pairings created paintings and sculptures with accessible tools at the 11th Artfest event hosted by CDS and Art Therapy Express.