The Council for Disability Awareness (CDA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the American public about the risk and consequences of experiencing an income-interrupting illness or injury. The CDA engages in research, communications and educational activities that provide information and helpful resources to wage earners, employers, financial advisors, consultants and others who are concerned about the personal and financial impact a disability can have on wage earners and their families.
The Mission of the Council for Disability Awareness
Our mission is:
- To expand public awareness of the likelihood of disability occurring among the working population;
- To increase public knowledge about the financial hardship that disability can have on wage earnersand their families;
- To demonstrate the value of planning responsibly in the event disability prevents one from earning a living.
The Council for Disability Awareness empowers working Americans by providing expert information to help them make responsible decisions to prepare for and maintain their financial security should they become disabled and unable to earn a living.
CDA Member Companies
The members of the CDA have come together voluntarily to raise awareness about the need for Americans to prepare themselves for the growing possibility that they might become disabled. Our aim is to help all Americans protect themselves and their families from the devastating financial consequences disability can bring. To learn more about each member company, please click on their logo below.
Please send us your questions and comments
Thank you for visiting the Council for Disability Awareness Web Site. This site offers tools and information to help wage-earners, employers, human resource professionals, families, financial and insurance advisors make informed decisions about planning for the financial impact of disability. We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions.
MEDIA AND PRESS INQUIRIES
All press and media related questions or inquiries should be directed to:
Arment Dietrich Phone: 865.809.7047