People with Disabilities in Travis County: In 2013, there were 110,447 people with disabilities residing in non-institutional settings in Travis County. About four in ten of these individuals have more than one type of disability, and nearly one quarter of veterans have a disability. People with disabilities tend to face low levels of educational attainment and employment, along with low-incomes. The lack of affordable housing linked to transportation presents a substantial challenge to independent living for people with disabilities, as does the limited availability of supportive community services through the state. Furthermore, state cuts to the Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program have limited the community’s ability to identify early and provide services to children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Additionally, caregivers face challenges navigating support systems, particularly the transition from ECI to school-based services, and school-based services to adult support services.