Community Advisory Council (CAC)

The Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center Community Advisory Council advises leadership on programs, activities, goals and objectives related to the Center’s activities of training, research, and education. These activities benefit the lives of people living with all disabilities. We are currently recruiting new council members.

Do you have experiences with disability? The Shriver Center is seeking new members for their Community Advisory Council (CAC). If you want to advise us on the work we do to improve the health and quality of life for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, click here for more information. Members are paid for their time and meet 4 times a year by Zoom.

Here are links for more information about the CAC and the registration survey: