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The Disability Friendly Community in the Lehigh Valley (DFC) is comprised of individual and organization representative members, each committed to a common vision for building on the rich array of resources already present to improve the disability-friendliness of the Lehigh Valley region of eastern Pennsylvania.
DFC is designed as a self-governing community collaborative that operates on – and most definitely benefits from – the talents, resources, goodwill and energies contributed by its members. It does not replace or compete with disability-specific agencies or programs serving people with disabilities and their families or other caregivers in our region but provides the arena for all advocates to come together for information-sharing, networking, collaboration and action!
Click here to find links to websites and organizations that will enrich your experience with the Disability Friendly Community of the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania.
The Disability Friendly Community operates programs that aim to make the Lehigh Valley more inclusive, accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities, their caregivers, families and advocates.