Our PartnersNADSP aligns with national organizations and leading experts in the field
American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry (AADMD)
The American Academy of Developmental Medicine & Dentistry (AADMD) is a non-profit, membership organization of interdisciplinary health professionals — including primary physicians, medical specialists, dentists, optometrists, nurses and other clinicians – committed to improving the quality of healthcare for people with intellectual & developmental disabilities (IDD).
American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)
The American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR) is a national, nonprofit trade association representing more than 1,600 private community providers of services to people with disabilities. Their mission mission is to advance the ability of our members in supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to fully participate in their communities.
CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership
Since 1969, CQL | The Council on Quality and Leadership has been a leader in working with organizations and systems to continuously define, measure, and improve quality of life and quality of services for people with disabilities. CQL offers accreditation, training, certification, research, and consultation services to agencies that share our vision of dignity, opportunity, and community for all people.
National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities
The National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities at the University of Delaware is a partnership of 18 national developmental disabilities organizations. The Consortium offers intensive week-long leadership institutes virtually or in-person in Delaware or in your state or province, leadership training designed to meet the specific needs of disability organizations.
The New York Alliance for Inclusion and Innovation (NY Alliance)
The New York Alliance for Inclusion and Innovation (NY Alliance) envisions a society where individuals with disabilities are contributing citizens with equal rights and the ability to live full, productive and meaningful lives. Their mission is to serve as a catalyst for positive change and leading resource for individuals with disabilities, their families, and the organizations supporting them.
Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)
The University of Minnesota’s Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL) conducts a wide range of research, training, and technical assistance and dissemination projects related to community supports under its center grant and related project funding. The RTC-CL is NIDILRR’s national center on community living and participation for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Vaya manages Medicaid, state and local funding for individuals with mental health and substance use concerns and intellectual/developmental disabilities. It is a whole-person health organization helping those with behavioral health and intellectual or developmental disabilities connect with the right providers on their journey toward healing, recovery and hope.