The current goals of the Council:
Goal #1 Individual/Family Advocacy:
An Increased number of citizens with disabilities and families are better able to assess service, influence policy, communicate needs and build relationships in their communities.
Goal #2 Systems Change:
Wyoming citizens with developmental disabilities have the opportunity to be independent, productive, and included in all facets of community life.
Goal #3 Capacity Building:
Citizens with developmental disabilities, family members, professionals, organizations, policymakers, and the public have a reliable source of and are provided with, information about disability issues, services and supports which is used to increase access to services and drive systems change.
The Council is guided by the following Areas of Emphasis as outlined in the DD Act:
Quality Assurance (Self-Advocacy, Abuse Prevention, Accountability, etc.)
Community Services (Family Support, Workforce, Waiver Services, Natural Supports, Cultural Diversity, etc.)