The National Council on Disability seeks your input

The National Council on Disability (NCD) is seeking the input of the public, especially Americans with disabilities, to help determine the recommendations and focus of their 2013 Progress Report. The NCD’s progress report helps to inform policymakers on how people with disabilities are doing in the US, developing recommendations of what can be done to achieve the promise of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The NCD welcomes your ideas.

The NCD’s next quarterly meeting on Tuesday, October 23, from 4:00-4:30 PM EST will have time set aside during the regular public comment period as a brief opportunity to share your thoughts. Whether in person or by phone, any person planning to make comments should give their names and their organizational affiliations, if applicable, and should limit their comments to three minutes. Those who wish to be at the meeting to present their comments please join the NCD at the K&L Gates law firm at 1601 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006 on October 23rd. To listen in or to make comments by phone, please call 1-888/438-5453 and use passcode 70450549 and, if asked, the conference call leader’s name is Aaron Bishop. Please note that they may not be able to hear from everyone who calls in. Comments can also be sent electronically to Lawrence Carter-Long, Public Affairs Specialist, at, using “Progress Report” on the subject line.

For more information about the October NCD Quarterly Meeting, visit NCD’s event page at: For more information about the National Council on Disability, please visit:

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