Frank Cammarata III, MPA, Executive Director

Frank Cammarata III, MPA, Executive Director

The Erie County Office for People with Disabilities was created to ensure that Erie County's citizens with disabilities would have a direct voice in County government; to make available to such citizens an advocate who could work within the county structure to develop and enhance services; and to oversee facilities and programs by the County.



What's Happening in Office for People with Disabilities

Deaf Visor Card

Deaf Visor Card: Keep in your visor for effective communication with police or first responders.

Disability Pride Logo Submissions

On July 26, 2020 we will Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the signing of the American With Disabilities Act at Canalside, Buffalo, NY with the Annual Disability Pride Parade and Festival.

Help the planning commitee by submitting a logo design by March 1, 2020 to Daniel Colpoys,
Call 716-836-0822 ext. 166 with any questions.

Chestnut Ridge Conservancy A Playground for All

A Playground for ALL!!
2nd public showing, Monday, February 17th (President's day)
in the Chestnut Ridge park Casino from 1-3pm
View the playground concept and play equipment. Give us your feed back on the concept design and playground equipment. Meet the designers! Let us know your thoughts and ideas.
Everyone is welcome!!!

Diversity Career Fair

Diversity Career Fair

Diversity Career Fair!
March 26, 2020
Buffalo & Erie County Public Library
Lafayette Square
10:00am- Noon
*Open to the Public*

Bridging the Communication Gap Between Law Enforcement, Deaf Hard of Hearing Community

Town of Amherst Police Chief John Askey, Deaf Access Services Community Engagement Specialist David Wantuck, Executive Director of Deaf Access Services Pamela Kefi, Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz, Commissioner of Central Police Services James Jancewicz, Executive Director of the Erie County Office for the Disabled Frank A. Cammarata, and Niagara University First Responder Disability...