Our mission is to make a difference in the lives of children, youth, and adults with disabilities through research, teaching, and service.
Our faculty, students, university colleagues, and community partners work together to generate knowledge, investigate effective strategies, disseminate evidence-based practices, advocate for individuals and their families, and promote exemplary programs.
Our two affiliated centers, the Partnership for People with Disabilities and the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, provide significant service via local, state, national and international research, technical assistance, personnel development, and advocacy.
Our programs prepare doctoral level scholars for faculty and leadership roles, advanced practitioners for current needs, and aspiring educators for early intervention, school age, and transition services. Financial