CDC was founded in
1974 in response to recommendations in the Dame
Eileen Younghusband Committee report, "Living with Handicap". This
report highlighted the lack of coordination between services
supporting disabled children and the need for a national
forum to discuss policy issues concerning disabled
CDC has delivered on its role as a national forum ever since.
We've kept our keeping our focus on turning policy
into practice while changing our goals to reflect the
changing lives of disabled children.
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