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RI Developmental Disabilities Council
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Priorities: RI Disability Law Center
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Network role: Training and Information
Priorities: NETWORK COLLABORATIONS (ONGOING): The RI DD Network held a meeting on November 6, 2006 to identify Network priorities. Each organization was represented at the meeting by consumers, family members, and staff. Several priorities were identified for the Network (see below).

Suggested Priorities (listed by preference):
Guardianship/Planning (work/personal support)
Transition (based on needs not just age)
Education and Information
Cross disability networking (getting people together to problem solve)
Transportation/Alternatives
Quality and consistency of support


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