Retired biologist, Colorado Division of Wildlife
I support DRS because DRS is available to help the people that need it the most.
I first became involved with DRS after being introduced to them by a friend and saw serving on the board as a way to be an advocate for people with disabilities.
I have disabilities myself. I am blind and recently started experiencing hearing loss. DRS, and specifically their Specialist for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, was an invaluable resource for where to turn for help in dealing with this loss.
Engineer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
I serve on the board of Disabled Resource Services because I believe in the their mission of helping people with disabilities gain independence. More importantly Disabled Resource Services believes in and follows the values of the Independent Living Philosophy to encourage people to be partners in gaining their own independence by having self-directed goals.