Committees

Executive Committee

Reviews and coordinates the work of other committees of the Association. In addition, the Executive Committee evaluates current information and discusses issues which may affect the Association’s membership. The members of the Executive Committee plan the Association's response to critical issues including issues requiring action of the general membership.

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Legislative Committee

Identifies the legislative issues which affect the service delivery for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD). The NC Legislative issues and agenda are reviewed as to their impact on services to individuals with IDD; to educate Legislators of the needs of persons living with IDD and their families; and to advocate for services which promote full inclusion for persons with IDD as valued members of our society.

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Program/Conference Committee

Assists the Association to support and develop clinical expertise, as well as to provide a forum for communication and information exchange. This is accomplished through coordination of speakers and topics on relevant subjects for the program portions of the Association’s meetings, and through development of the Annual Conference curriculum.

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Fiscal/Operations

Studies issues, rules and policies which impact the services, health, and welfare of persons with IDD, their families, and services providers. The committee keeps the membership informed of current issues and receives information from providers regarding problems and concerns. The Fiscal/Operations Committee interacts with appropriate State agencies in an exchange of information.

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Clinical Issues

Studies issues, rules and policies that may affect the provision of clinical services to persons with IDD. The Committee receives information from providers regarding problems and concerns about clinical services. The members attend meetings--related to certification, bed needs, programmatic rules and regulations--held by State Agencies, to ensure current information is available to members and that information is exchanged.

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