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National Disability Institute (NDI)


The National Disability Institute (NDI), a nonoprofit corporation, works to drive social impact to build a better economic future for people with disabilities and their families. Their priorities include:

  • Improving collaboration across federal agencies to advance a better economic future for individuals with disabilities.
  • Aligning public policy to promote work, saving, and asset accumulation.
  • Developing and documenting pathways to improved economic self-sufficiency for youth and adults with disabilities.
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