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Providing information, education, and training to build knowledge, develop skills, and change attitudes that will lead to increased independence, productivity, self determination, integration and inclusion (IPSII) for people with developmental disabilities and their families.
Noah McCourt
Name Noah J. McCourt
Preferred Mailing Address 33 W Lake St Apt. 404
Waconia, MN 55387
Contact Phone Business: (612) 203-0684
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Email mcnoda@gmail.com
Education Waconia High
Normandale Community College
Indiana University
Interest in developmental disabilities I ran for City Council in Waconia, Minnesota. My opponents attacked me in the local paper on the basis of my Autism diagnosis. It backlashed statewide. I ended up losing by approximately 200 votes. As a result, I do a lot of work with public policy in MN in regards to mental health and disability rights. I spoke at the United Nations in honor of World Autism Day and also serve as chair of the State Committee on Children's Mental Health and on the Board of Directors of the MN Association of Children's Mental Health.
Experience in developmental disabilities I work with public policy organizations that work to improve the lives of people with disabilities. I have an Autism diagnosis and have an interest in promoting self advocacy, public policy, and probate law.
Anything else about yourself I enjoy philosophy, political science and classical logic.

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The GCDD is funded under the provisions of P.L. 106-402. The federal law also provides funding to the Minnesota Disability Law Center,the state Protection and Advocacy System, and to the Institute on Community Integration, the state University Center for Excellence. The Minnesota network of programs works to increase the IPSII of people with developmental disabilities and families into community life.