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Our Mission

North Texas Disability Chamber (NTXDC) was founded in December of 2020 (formerly DylanListed Connect). This Disability Chamber is the 5th cross-disability chamber in the nation and 4th in Texas!

Vision: We serve as regional leaders in advancing accessibility, equity, and disability inclusion in North Texas.

Mission: The North Texas Disability Chamber (NTXDC) shall promote a more cohesive, transparent, informed, regional, member-based, cross-disability community via events and education hosted at accessible locations across North Texas.  

The organization's guiding pillars are threefold: Community Building, Community Education, and Interactive Engagement between People with Disabilities (PWDs) and People without Disabilities (PWOD). 

Our five values that drive our guiding pillars are: Community, Collaboration, Confidence, Equity, and Inclusion.

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Our Values

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Get To Know Us Stats

Total population of people with disabilities living in North Texas is 791,329.

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On average, there is between 7% to 8% of identified persons with disabilities living in each city in North Texas. It is estimated that 11.6% of the Texas population has some form of disability.

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The unemployment rate of individuals with disabilities between ages 16-64 in the U.S. is 6.93% (May 2023). 

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17.7 million people with disabilities reported voting in the November 2020 elections.

This is data pulled from Local Workforce Development Areas (LWDA, 2017) in the People with Disabilities, Texas Profile (2019) report. It covers 27 county areas in North Texas, North Central Texas, Greater Dallas, and Tarrant County.
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Disability Labor Force Statistic
Rutgers Report: Fact sheet: Disability and Voter Turnout in the 2020 Elections

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