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DAIL Boards & Committees


  • DAIL Advisory Board
    The DAIL Advisory Board consists of program representatives, advocates, and consumers who represent aging Vermonters and those with disabilities.
  • Systems Thinking & Listening Session (with Designated Agencies and Specialized Services Agencies)
    DAIL, Department of Mental Health and Vermont Care Partners


Division Boards & Committees


Adult Services Division's Boards & Committees


Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired

    • State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind and Visually Impaired (SRC)
      The State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) for the Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI) consists of statewide representation from business and industry, rehabilitation service providers, consumers of rehabilitation programs, parents of consumers, consumer membership organizations, the state education agency, and disability advocacy groups.


Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

    • State Rehabilitation Council (SRC)

      Vermont's State Rehabilitation Council advocates for consumer-directed and effective vocational services and for the creation of resources and services that will result in equal opportunities for Vermonters with Disabilities.


Other State Boards & Committees

  • Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disability (GCEPD)
    The Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (GCEPD) is Vermont's legally designated leadership and coordination group on issues related to employment of people with disabilities, and has a direct advisory relationship with the Governor. Here you will find information and resources of interest to job seekers and to employers seeking to hire or accommodate individuals with disabilities.
  • Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council
    The Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council is a state-wide Council that works to increase public awareness about critical issues affecting people with developmental disabilities and their families. In addition to state agency and non-profit representatives, 13 of its 21 members (62%) are self-advocates and family members.


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