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Technical Assistance Documents Produced by Technical Assistance Systems,
University of North Carolina (1974-1977)

Year Document File Name
1974 Advocacy: A Role for DD Councils by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina 74-ARC-UNC
1975 A Compilation of the Developmental Disabilities Legislation, 1975 Prepared by the DD/TAS 75-CDL-TAS
1975 Recommendations and Guidelines for a National Public Awareness Effort for DD, by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina, Spring 1975 75-RGA-UNC
1975 Regional Structures and DD Councils: A Contingency View by DD/TAS, Fall 1975 75-RSC-TAS
1975 Systems, Instruments and Programs: Strategies for Evaluation of Developmental Disability Services; Roy V. Bruninghaus, Ron Wiegerink/DDTAS 75-SIP-RB-RW
1976 Perspectives on Public Awareness, by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina, Spring 1976 76-PPA-TAS
1976 Training for DD Council Orientation by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina, Spring 1976. 76-TCO-TAS
1976 Rural Services by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina 76-RS-TAS
1977 Guidelines for the Evaluation of State DD Planning Councils, Council-Supported Projects and Other Projects Funded through P.L. 94-103, by DD/TAS, University of North Carolina 77-GEC-UNC
1977 More Perspectives on Public Awareness by DD/TAS, Summer 1977 77-PPA-TAS
Technical Assistance Documents Produced by EMC Institute (1978-1983)
1978 EMC Institute Dev. and Conceptual Framework of the Performance Standards for the Developmental Disabilities Program, March 17, 1978 78-DCF-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: Gaps and Barriers in the DD Service Network 79-DDP-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: Goals and Objectives of the Developmental Disabilities Program 79-ODP-EMC
1979 DD Program Data Review: Developmental Disabilities Service Utilization 79-DPD-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: The Relationship of Developmental Disabilities Program Activities to Gaps and Barriers 79-DDR-EMC
1979 DD Program Data Review: A Compilation of Approaches to Developmental Disabilities Service Needs Assessment 79-DPC-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: Characteristics of the Developmentally Disabled 79-DDC-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: Defining the DD Population 79-PIP-EMC
1979 DD Program Issue Review: Coordination and Case Management in the DD Program  79-DCC-EMC
1983 Study of the Federal Definition of Developmental Disabilities: Final Report Volume I, Summary of Findings Prepared by Berkeley Planning Associates, Ed Preneta Conn. 83-SFD-EMC
1983 A Numerical and Functional Description of the Developmental Disabilities Population, Boggs and Henney 83-NFD-EMC
Technical Assistance Documents Produced by ICP (1980-1981)
1980 Profiles of DD Councils, by R. Lee Henney, March 1980 80-PDC-RLH
1980 The Impact of the Amendment of the Definition of DD on the DD Program in FY 1979 and FY 1980, by R. Lee Henney, December 15, 1980 80-IAD-RLH
1981 State Councils Administrative Agencies Fill Gaps in the Service System – A Report by R. Lee Henney and Carol Alldredge, March 1981 81-SCA-RLH
1981 Three Years of Special Projects and Grants of National Significance by R. Lee Henney, March 1981 81-SPG-RLH

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