This project has definitely expanded my view of the issue, as well as the different approaches of people involved in work towards addressing disability rights in the community. I’ve spoken to people concerned with community outreach, staying grassroots, autism advocacy, housing, and health. Looking on all the information, I come back to Raquel speaking on the lack of connection in Detroit. Although most of the individuals do have ties to each other’s respective organizations, I definitely think a centralized database that the organizations and the communities they serve to use would be beneficial. Most of them mentioned wanting something of the sort that they and residents can use to know where the resources that are readily available for them are at. This, I believe is one of the ODA’s next tasks as they move forward in their three-year strategic plan.