Public Policy

The public policy program advocates for policies and services that create opportunities for people with disabilities to integrate in the social economics mainstream. Priority includes increasing access to affordable health care, expanding community based services options, and increasing voter turnout among persons with disabilities. Milestone organizes efforts around public policies, such as education, transportation and housing which empower persons with disabilities to live productive lives and participate in community activities.

Our public policy program includes the community advocates, disability coalition on health reforms, legislative advocacy, and the purpose of these advocacy initiatives is to organize the disability community to change policies and remove barriers. The goal is to have communities in which persons with disabilities are fully included.

Community Advocates

promote and organize leadership development for persons with disabilities. The advocates work with lawmakers, business owners, and organizations to promote accessibility and disability rights in the community. Milestone’s Legislative Advocacy efforts include initiating legislation to remove barriers and create opportunities. Activities include building legislative support, informing and mobilizing grassroots advocates and shaping public policy through the legislative process.

For more information about Milestone’s Programs Please Contact:
Information and Referral +92-42-3522-9792


Milestone empowers society to increase its independence through choice and opportunity for persons with disabilities.


Milestone will be a leader in advancing the independent Living Philosophy. We envision an integrated community in which persons with disabilities are valued and participate in all aspects of society.


WE BELIEVE in respect, integration, equal access, opportunities, self determination, informed choice and individual control for and by persons with disabilities. We believe in persons with disabilities having control of their own lives and any necessary supports or assistance. We believe in full diversity within Milestone, our programs and society at large, in terms of disability, race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation and religion. We believe in personal commitment and action to shape the future of Milestone and the independent Living Movement. We believe in a work environment characterized by mutual respect, open communication, and team work. We believe in persons with disabilities taking a role in the policy and political decisions that impact their lives.