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Stories of Success

People living, learning, working toward their goals

See how our projects help people with developmental disabilities participate fully in the community

The DDPC funded TECH Launch program trains transition aged youth and young adults in pre-employment tech skills and character development. Program participants explore their own interests and strengths with a self-guided work plan tailored to their individual goals.

The Kelberman Center has collaborated with the community-based organizations in promoting social inclusive opportunities for individuals of all abilities in Onondaga and Oneida Counties. The initiative is funded by the DDPC.

Partners-in-Policymaking® (PIP) is a leadership and advocacy training program for people with developmental disabilities and their families. PIP gives people the knowledge, networks and confidence to get involved with important issues in their communities and beyond. The DDPC funded the New York State PIP program.

Video Gallery

Before the brewery started working with The Resource Center, packing mistakes were their number one complaint.  Now those complaints have stopped.  Find out who packs the cases for the Southern Tier Brewery.

Learn how the Inclusive Recreation Resource Center's (IRRC) website can help you find an accessible getaway. The IRRC online database provides the most accurate and up-to-date accessibility information on New York State's recreation destinations. The IRRC began as a DDPC funded pilot.