Robert Taylor will retire from his post as president of the Council for Disability Awareness May 31.

Taylor helped start the CDA, Portland, Maine, and became its first president in 2005.

The CDA is a nonprofit group that tries to increase consumers’ awareness of the need to prepare for the possibility that they will become disabled.

Taylor recently led a CDA campaign to develop a new Personal Disability Quotient Web tool.

Joseph Foley continues to be the CDA’s chairman.

The CDA will begin looking for a new president immediately, Foley says.