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Meeting of the President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities

February 21, 2024

Thursday, March 21, 2024 | 12:00-5:00 PM ET
Register for the meeting

The President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities (PCPID) will host a virtual meeting for its members to address issues surrounding home and community-based services (HCBS) to be examined in the Committee’s Report to the President. All the PCPID meetings, in any format, are open to the public. This virtual meeting will be conducted in a discussion format with committee members addressing the issues and recommendations identified by PCPID workgroups proposing to be incorporated in the PCPID Report to the President. View more details published in the Federal Register notice.

For further information, please email

This meeting will include CART and American Sign Language (ASL) services. If there are additional reasonable accommodation requests, please contact and by Thursday, March 7.

Stakeholder input is very important to the PCPID. Comments and suggestions, especially from people with intellectual disabilities, are welcomed. If there are comments related to HCBS or other areas that you would like to inform the PCPID, please share them through the PCPID comment form. Comments received by March 12 will be shared with the PCPID at the March 21 meeting.

About the President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities

Initially established in 1966 by President Lyndon B. Johnson, the PCPID advises the president and the secretary of health and human services on a broad range of topics that impact people with intellectual disabilities, as well as the professional fields that support people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Its goal is to improve the quality of life experienced by people with intellectual disabilities by upholding their full citizenship rights, independence, self-determination, and lifelong participation in their communities.


Last modified on 02/21/2024

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