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Community Living

Year Description Author/Publisher File name
1910 "Told in the Drooling Ward" Jack London 10-TIT-JLR.pdf
1953 Angel Unaware Dale Evans Rogers 53-Angel_Unaware.pdf
1957 "A Lifetime Thrown Away by a Mistake 59 Years Ago" – Article about Mayo Buckner Robert Wallace 57-Mayo-Buckner.pdf
1958 Counseling Parents of Children with Mental Handicaps: Proceedings of the 33rd Spring Conference of The Woods School The Woods School for Exceptional Children 58-CPO-TWS.pdf
1959 Effects of a Severely Mentally Retarded Child on Family Integration: Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development Bernard Farber, Society for Research in Child Development, Inc. 59-ESM-CDP.pdf
1959 Manual of the Department of Public Welfare: State of Minnesota Orville L. Freeman, Governor 59-MDP-OLF.pdf
1960s The Church's Role in Providing Residential Care Facilities A. C. Grady 60s-TCR-ACG.pdf
1962 Mental Retardation: A National Plan for a National Problem – Presidents Panel on Mental Retardation US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 62-MRN-DOH.pdf
1962 National Action to Combat Mental Retardation Presidents Panel on MR 62-NAC-PPM.pdf
1962 The Future of Institutions or Institutions of the Future Joseph T. Weingold, Executive Director, New York State Association for Retarded Children, Inc. 62-TFI-NYA.pdf
1963 An Act to Provide Assistance in Combating Mental Retardation Through Grants for Construction of Research Centers U. S.  Congress 63-APA-USC.pdf
1963 Charges For Residential Care National Arc 63-nat-arc-charges
-res-care.pdf
1963 A Helpful Guide in the Training of a Mentally Retarded Child NARC 63-AHG-NARC.pdf
1963 Grants for Prevention of Mental Retardation Social Legislation Information Service, Inc. 63-GFP-SLI.pdf
1963 Message from the President of the United States Relative to Mental Illness and Mental Retardation President J. F. Kennedy 63-MIMR-JFK.pdf
1963 Mental Retardation: Activities of the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 63-MRA-USD.pdf
1963 A National Plan for a National Problem President's Panel on Mental Retardation 63-pres-panel-natl
-plan-natl-problem.pdf
1963 Report of the Task Force on Law The President's Panel on Mental Retardation 63-ROT-PPMR.pdf
1963 Report of the Task Force on Law President's Panel on Mental Retardation 63-RTF-PPM.pdf
1963 A Survey & Study of State Institutions for the Mentally Retarded in the U.S National Association for Retarded Children 63-survey-study-st
-mr-inst-us.pdf
1963 A Survey and Study of State Institutions for the Mentally Retarded in the United States The Committee on Residential Care, NARC 63-SAS-NARC.pdf
1963 Summary of NARC Policies National Association for Retarded Children, Inc 63-SON-NAR.pdf
1964 A Threshold Year The National Association For Retarded Children, Inc. 64-ATY-NAC.pdf
1964 Facts on Mental Retardation The National Association for Retarded Children 64-FMR-NARC.pdf
1964 Mental Retardation Guidelines for State Interagency Planning US Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare 64-MRG-HEW.pdf
1964 Pointers for Planning in Mental Retardation The National Association for Retarded Children 64-PFP-NARC.pdf
1964 Planning for Facilities for the Mentally Retarded U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 64-PFR-PHS.pdf
1964 Professional and Governmental Roles in Mental Retardation The National Association for Retarded Children 64-PGR-NARC.pdf
1964 Summary of NARC Policies National Association for Retarded Children, Inc 64-SLA-USD.pdf
1964 State Laws and Regulations Affecting the Mentally Retarded: A Check-list US Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare 64-SLR-HEW.pdf
1965 1965 Mental Retardation Legislation U. S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 65-MRL-UDH.pdf
1965 Action With Vision The National Association for Retarded Children 65-AWV-NARC.pdf
1965 An Independent Living Rehabilitation Program for Seriously Handicapped Mentally Retarded Adults Elias Katz, Ph.D., Project Director, San Francisco Aid Retarded Children, Inc. 65-ILR-SFC.pdf
1965 1965 Mental Retardation Legislation US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 65-MRL-USD.pdf
1965 Notes on Meeting of State President, State Executive Directors and NARC Board Franklin C. Smith 65-NTS-MSP.pdf
1965 A Review of Some New Federal Programs Affecting the Mentally Ill and Retarded U. S. Department of Public Welfare 65-RSF-UDP.pdf
1966 Closing the Gaps The National Association for Retarded Children 66-CTG-NARC.pdf
1966 Charges for Residential Care of the Mentally Retarded in State Institutions in the United States Norman F. Smith, Chairman, Special Committee on Charges, National Association for Retarded Children 66-IUS-NAC.pdf
1966 New Challenges in the Care of the Mentally Retarded – An International Perspective Gunnar Dybwad 66-NCI-Gunnar
Dybwad.pdf
1966 The Dynamics of Mental Retardation Gunnar Dybwad 66-TDM-Gunnar
Dybwad.pdf
1966 The Record, Residential Care Newsletter Residential Care Committee National Association for Retarded Children 66-TRR-RCC.pdf
1966 Voices in Chorus The National Association for Retarded Children 66-VIC-NARC.pdf
1967 MR 67: A First Report to the President on the Nation's Progress and Remaining Great Needs in the Campaign to Combat Mental Retardation President's Committee on Mental Retardation 67-AFR-PCM.pdf
1967 A Comprehensive Community Action Program for the Mentally Retarded Sidney Kaplan, M.D., Edmund Ricci, Ph.D. 67-CCA-PCR.pdf
1967 Institutionalization of the Mentally Retarded National Association for Retarded Children 67-IMR-NAC.pdf
1967 Institutionalization of the Mentally Retarded: A Summary and Analysis of State Laws Governing Admission to Residential Facilities, and Legal Rights and Protections of Institutionalized Patients The National Association for Retarded Children 67-IOM-NARC.pdf
1967 International League of Societies for the Mentally Handicapped Symposium, Legislative Aspects of Mental Retardation International League of Societies for the Mentally Handicapped 67-ILS-ILS.pdf
1967 "Reaching Out...Down on Earth": Annual Report 1967 The National Association for Retarded Children 67-ROD-NARC.pdf
1968 A Summary of Selected Legislation Relating to the Handicapped 1963-1967 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 68-ASO-USD.pdf
1968 Mental Retardation Activities US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 68-MRA-USD.pdf
1968 Challenge, Accomplishments and Needs President's Committee on Mental Retardation 68-PCM-PCM.pdf
1968 Policy Statements on Residential Care The Board of Directors on the National Association for Retarded Children 68-PSC-NAC.pdf
1968 Question and Answers: Medicare Social and Rehabilitation Services, US Department of Health, Education and Welfare 68-QAA-SRS.pdf
1968 The Edge of Change The Presidents Committee on Mental Retardation 68-TEC-PCR.pdf
1968 The Forgotten Retarded in Residential Facilities Robert B. Kugel, M.D. Foundation Professor of Pediatrics University of Nebraska 68-TFR-FPP.pdf
1968 The Initiation and Development of a Comprehensive,County-Wide System of Services for the Mentally Retarded of Douglas County, Nebraska Frank J. Menolascino, M.D., Robert L. Clark, and Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph.D., Douglas County Department of Mental Retardation 68-TIA-DCD.pdf
1968 "We Speak for These Six Million": Annual Report 1968 The National Association for Retarded Children 68-WSF-NARC.pdf
1969 A Study in Progress: The History of the New Jersey Association for Retarded Children New Jersey Association for Retarded Children 69-ASI-NJA.pdf
1969 Changing Patterns in Residential Services for the Mentally Retarded (TOC, Chapters 1-17 & Biographical Notes) The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 69-CPS-PCR_TOC_
Chapter_1.pdf

69-CPS-PCR_Ch_2.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_3.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_4.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_5.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_6.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_7.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_8.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_9.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_10.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_11.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_12.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_13.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_14.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_15.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_16.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Ch_17.pdf
69-CPS-PCR_Biog.pdf
1969 Mental Retardation Activities US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-MRA-USD.pdf
1969 Mental Retardation Construction Program U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-MRN-DOH.pdf
1969 Task Force Recommends National M.R. Information Center; PCMR Urges Private Sector Involvement The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 69-PCM-PCR.pdf
1969 PCMR Message April 1969: Pediatrics Congress The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 69-PCMR18-PCMR.pdf
1969 Initial Staffing of Community Mental Retardation Facilities Model Cities Projects U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-PFH-DOH.pdf
1969 Mental Retardation Hospital Improvement Program U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-PFH-DOH2.pdf
1969 Programs for the Handicapped, Oct 24, 1969 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-PFH-USD.pdf
1969 Residential Care for the Mentally Handicapped Federal Ministry of Health International League of Societies for the Mentally Handicapped 69-RCM-FMH.pdf
1969 Resident in Public Institutions for the Mentally Retarded U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 69-RMR-DOH.pdf
1969 We've Only Started National Association for Retarded Children 69-WOS-NAC.pdf
1970s Who Is Putting Whose Head in the Sand or in the Clouds As the Case May Be? Elizabeth Boggs 70s-WIP-ELB.pdf
1970 Annual Report 1969-70 The National Association for Retarded Children 70-AR-NARC.pdf
1970 ENCOR Family Resource Guide   70-EFR.pdf
1970 Manpower and Mental Retardation: An Exploration of the Issues Julius S. Cohen Ed. D. 70-MMR-JSC.pdf
1970 Mental Retardation Activities US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 70-MRA-USD.pdf
1970 New Neighbors Community Association for the Retarded, Inc. (CA) 70-NNS-CAR.pdf
1970 Residential Services for the Mentally Retarded: An Action Policy Proposal The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 70-RSR-PCR.pdf
1970s People Need People Harvey A Kroepel 70s-PNP-HAK.pdf
1970s The Mentally Retarded…Their New Hope The Advertising Council, Inc. 70s-TMR.pdf
1970s "Why We're Here" The National Association for Retarded Children 70s-WWH-NARC.pdf
1971 1971 Annual Report The National Association for Retarded Children 71-AR-NARC.pdf
1971 A Summary of Selected Legislation Relating to the Handicapped 1971 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 71-ASO-USD.pdf
1971 History and Organization of the Citizen Advocate Program The Capitol Association for Retarded Children 71-CAP-CAC.pdf
1971 Federal Legislation Affecting the Mentally Retarded 1955-1967. Reprinted from Mental Retardation, Vol. III Elizabeth M. Boggs 71-FLA-EMB.pdf
1971 PCMR Message August 1971: "New Thrust" Stresses Human Ecology The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 71-PCMR26-PCMR.pdf
1971 Programs for the Handicapped, June 1, 1971 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 71-PFH-USD.pdf
1971 People Need People Harvey A. Kroepel 71-PNP-HAK.pdf
1971 Respite Care for the Retarded: An Interval of Relief for Families US Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare 71-RCF-HEW.pdf
1971 "International League of Societies for the Mentally Handicapped Issues Report of Frankfurt Conference" The Record, Spring 1971, National Association for Retarded Children 71-RSN-NAC.pdf
1971 The Guiding Environment: The Dynamics of Residential Living US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 71-TGE-USD.pdf
1972 Citizen Advocacy For The Handicapped, Impaired, and Disadvantaged: An Overview Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph. D. 72-CAH-Wolfensberger.pdf
1972 Handbook for Residential Services Committees The National Association for Retarded Children 72-HFR-NARC.pdf
1972 Mental Retardation and the Future Rehabilitation Research and Training Center in Mental Retardation 72-MRA-RRT.pdf
1972 Residential Services Newsletter, Fall 1972 National Association for Retarded Children 72-WWN-NAR.pdf
1972 Residential Programming For Mentally Retarded Persons: A Developmental Model for Residential Services National Association for Retarded Children 72-RPF-NAR.pdf
1972 Residential Programming for Mentally Retarded Persons: Developmental Programming National Association for Retarded Children 72-RPP-NAC.pdf
1972 Residential Programming for Mentally Retarded Persons: The Process of Change National Association for Retarded Children 72-RPP-NAC2.pdf
1972 Result from a Nation Wide Study Selected Public Institutions for the Mentally Retarded National Association for Retarded Children 72-RSN-NAC.pdf
1972 Willowbrook – What Happens Now? National Association for Retarded Children 72-RSN-NAC2.pdf
1972 The Rights of the Mentally Handicapped: Proceedings from a Bi-Regional Conference, San Francisco, CA. June 14-16, 1972 Department of Health Education and Welfare, Region IX and X. National Association of Coordinators of State Programs for the Mentally Retarded, Inc. 72-TRO-NAC.pdf
1973 Action for the Retarded – Recommendations to the President on Federal Programs The President's Committee on Mental Retardation 73-AFR-PCM.pdf
1973 1973 Annual Report The National Association for Retarded Children 73-AR-NARC.pdf
1973 Basic Rights of the Mentally Handicapped Mental Health Law Project 73-BRM-MHL.pdf
1973 Design as a Non-Verbal Language Dolores Norley/PCMR 73-DNL-AIA.pdf
1973 An End to the Concept of Mental Retardation Marc W. Gold 73-ECM-MWG.pdf
1973 1973-74 County Program Allocation Letter Form Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Dept. Public Welfare, Harrisburg 73-MFP-COP.pdf
1973 Mental Retardation and the Law: A Report on Status of Current Court Cases The Office of Mental Retardation Coordination, Paul Friedman, Mental Health Law Project 73-MRL-OMR.pdf
1973 News Release C. G. McDaniel, Associated Press Science Writer 73-NER-CGM.pdf
1973 Plan for Everyone: The Involvement of Low Income and Minority Members The National Association for Retarded Children 73-PFE-NARC.pdf
1973 Community Based Residential Services National Association for Retarded Children 73-RSN-NAC.pdf
1973 Task Analysis Definitions Marc W. Gold 73-TAD-MVG.pdf
1973 MR 73: The Goal is Freedom President's Committee on Mental Retardation 73-TGF-PCR.pdf
1973 The Right to Choose: Achieving Residential Alternatives in the Community National Association for Retarded Citizens 73-TRC-NAC.pdf
1974 "24 Years of Quiet Revolution": 1974 Annual Report The National Association for Retarded Children 74-24Years-NARC.pdf
1974 A Summary of Selected Legislation relating to the Handicapped 1974 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 74-ASO-USD.pdf
1974 Avenues to Change, Book I: Citizen Advocacy for Mentally Retarded Children and Introduction The National Association for Retarded Children 74-ATC1-NARC.pdf
1974 Avenues to Change, Book II: Implementation of Citizen Advocacy Through State and Local ARCs The National Association for Retarded Children 74-ATC2-NARC.pdf
1974 Avenues to Change, Book III: Effective Advocacy The National Association for Retarded Children 74-ATC3-NARC.pdf
1974 Avenues to Change Book, IV - Youth as a Citizen Advocate The National Association for Retarded Children 74-ATC4-NARC.pdf
1974 County MH/MR Funds Allocation Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 74-CMH-COP.pdf
1974 County MH/MR Program Plans and Estimates Helene Wohlgemuth, Secretary of Public Welfare 74-CMH-HWS.pdf
1974 Concepts and Theory of Normalization: Chapter 30 from "The Mentally Retarded Child and His Family" William G Bronston, M.D. 74-CTN-WGB.pdf
1974 Dehumanization vs. Dignity National Association for Retarded Children 74-DVD-NAR.pdf
1974 MH/MR Program: 1973-74 County Program Final Allocations – Summary Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 74-MHP-FAS.pdf
1974 New Neighbors: The Retarded Citizens in Quest of a Home (Chapters 1-14, Summary) President's Committee on Mental Retardation 74-NNS-PCR_Ch_1.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_2.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_3.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_4.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_5.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_6.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_7.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_8.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_9.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_10.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_11.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_12.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_13.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Ch_14.pdf
74-NNS-PCR_Sum.pdf
1974 PCMR Continues Monitoring Energy Problems of Retarded, pg. 6 PCMR Message #37, May 1974 74-PCM-PCM.pdf
1974 Pennsylvania's Family Services Program U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 74-PFH-DOH.pdf
1974 Proposed New Specialized Residences FRS Appropriation, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 74-PNS-FRS.pdf
1974 Residential Programming: Position Statements by the National Association of Superintendents of Public Residential Facilities for the Mentally Retarded President's Committee on Mental Retardation 74-RPG-PCR.pdf
1974 Trends in Education: Trends in Residential Institutions for the Mentally Retarded Phil Roos, The University Council for Education Administration 74-TIE-CEA.pdf
1974 On Writ Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit American Association on Mentally Deficiency 74-WCC-ASM.pdf
1975 The Core and Cluster Service Delivery System Edward R. Skarnulis 75-CCS-ERS.pdf
1975 Change to General Appropriation Bill Fiscal Year 1975-76 Charles P. McIntosh, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 75-CTG-CPM.pdf
1975 Deinstitutionalization and the Development of Community Based Services for the Mentally Retarded: An Overview of Concepts and Issues Charles R. Horejsi, University of Montana 75-DDC-DOH.pdf
1975 Living in the Community - With Support Edward R. Skarnulis 75-LIT-ERS.pdf
1975 Mental Retardation: The Known and the Unknown President's Committee on Mental Retardation 75-MRN-PCR.pdf
1975 A National Symposium: Nursing Homes in the System of Residential Services National Association of Retarded Citizens 75-NSN-NAR.pdf
1975 People Live in Houses: Profile of Community Residences for Retarded Children and Adults President's Committee on Mental Retardation 75-PLH-PCR.pdf
1976 A Summary of Selected Legislation Relating to the Handicapped 1975-76 US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare 76-ASO-USD.pdf
1976 The Pilot Parent Program: Helping Handicapped Children Through Their Parents Frank J. Menolascino, M.D. and Robert Coleman 76-HHC-FJM.pdf
1976 Improving the Quality of Life: A Symposium on Normalization and Integration NARC Research and Demonstration Institute 76-improving_
quality_of_life.pdf
1976 Meeting Human Needs: The Social and Political History of Title XX Paul E. Mott, National Conference on Social Welfare 76-MHN-NCS.pdf
1976 M.R. Research: Community Residences for Mentally Retarded Persons National Association for Retarded Citizens 76-MRS-NAC.pdf
1976 Nebraska's Efforts to Provide Alternatives to Institutional Care for the Mentally Disabled US Department of Health, Education and Welfare 76-NEB-CBP.pdf
1976 1976 National Forum on Residential Services National Association for Retarded Citizens Research and Demonstration Institute 76-NFR-NAR.pdf
1976 Relationship of Institution Size to Quality of Care Review of the Literature David Balla, American Journal of Mental Deficiency 76-RIL-AJD.pdf
1976 Request for Legal Opinion – Family Resource Service Fees Mrs. Helga L. Kumar, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 76-RLO-HLK.pdf
1977 Background to the Proposed Regulations Defining Developmental Disability and Substantial Handicaps Unknown - California Dept. of Health? 77-BPR-UN.pdf
1977 Community Living Accommodations and Vocations M.M. Seltzer and G.B. Seltzer 77-CLA-SAS.pdf
1977 International Journal of Mental Health

Chapter One: Major Trends in Mental Retardation

Chapter Two: Institutionalization and Its Alternatives for Mentally Retarded People in the United States

Chapter Three: The Education and Community
Support of Severely Handicapped People

Chapter Four: Human and Legal Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons

Chapter Five: Emotional Disorders in the Retarded

Chapter Six: Parents of Mentally Retarded People

Review

National Association for Retarded Citizens

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_1.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_2.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_3.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_4.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_5.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Ch_6.pdf

77-IJH-NAC_Rev.pdf

1977 MR 76: Mental Retardation Past and Present PCMR 77-MR76-PCMR.pdf
1977 The Mental Health Law Project: Summary of Activities The Mental Health Law Project 77-MHL-MHL.pdf
1977 Notes on the Personal Support System Needed for Developmentally Disabled Persons: Legal Advocacy, Lay Advocacy, and Protective Services Michael Kindred, Associate Dean, The Ohio State University 77-NPS-MKA.pdf
1977 Policy Statement Regarding Stigmatizing and Excessive Labeling of Persons with Developmental Special Needs California Dept of Health Management Briefs Newsletter 77-POL-CDH.pdf
1978 Administrative Manual: Chapter Community Placement Michigan Department of Mental Health 78-AMC-MDH.pdf
1978 Development and Role of Voluntary Organizations Sigurd Gohli 78-DVO-SNG.pdf
1978 The Growth of Awareness: Conversations with Mentally Retarded Persons Owe Roren 78-GAC-OR.pdf
1978 Group Homes For the Developmentally Disabled: Case Histories of Demographics Household Activities and Room Use Department of Commerce for Rehab Services Administration 78-GHD-DOC.pdf
1978 Group Homes for the Retarded: An Investigation of Neighborhood Property Impacts Dr. Julian Wolpert, Princeton University 78-GHM-NYS.pdf
1978 Housing for Developmentally Disabled Citizens National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors, Inc. 78-HFD-NAD.pdf
1978 Planning Spaces: A Manual for Human Services Facilities Development John O'Brien & Connie Poole, Georgia Association for Retarded Citizens 78-PSS-GAC.pdf
1978 Reflections on a Night at a Zoning Board Hearing Jerry Leismer, Macomb Oakland 78-RBH-OKD.pdf
1978 MR78 Report To The President: Mental Retardation: The Leading Edge Service Programs That Work PCMR 78-RTP-MRL.pdf
1978 The "Small Group" Principle National Board of Health and Welfare 78-SGP-KNG.pdf
1978 Themes & Issues: Demographic Analysis and Planning for the Future Cathy M. Efird 78-TAI-UOC.pdf
1978 Themes & Issues: Current Trends and Future Issues Jane Belau, DD Technical Assistance System 78-TAI-UOC2.pdf
1978 Themes & Issues: Toward the Future Paul Fendt 78-TAI-UOC3.pdf
1978 Themes & Issues: Futures of Service Delivery Systems for Handicapped Individuals Donald J. Stedman and Ronald Wiegerink 78-TAI-UOC4.pdf
1978 Where and How Do People Want to Live Arnold Gagnes 78-PWL-ANG.pdf
1978 Where and How Do People Want to Live Gaby Van Landshoot 78-WPL-GVL.pdf
1978 Where to Live and How to Live Victor Wahlstrom 78-WHL-VNW.pdf
1978 Zoning for Community Homes Serving Developmentally Disabled Persons American Bar Association 78-ZCH-ABA.pdf
1979 Conversion to a Policy of Community Presence and Participation Charles Galloway 79-CTP-CHG.pdf
1979 Family Resource Service Program Fiscal Summary: Fiscal Year 1972-73 to Fiscal Year 1979-80 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 79-FRS-COP.pdf
1979 Regional Recommendations for Fiscal Year 1979-80: Annual FRS Allocations for County Programs Regional Commissioners for Mental Retardation 79-RRF-RCF.pdf
1979 The Community Imperative Center on Human Policy 79-ctr-human-policy
-comm-imp.pdf
1979 The Community Imperative: A Refutation of All Arguments in Support of Institutionalizing Anybody Because of Mental Retardation Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University 79-TCI-CHS.pdf
1979 The Plymouth Case and Decree Associated for Retarded Citizens/Michigan 79-TPC-AFR.pdf
1979 Brief of the National Center for Law and the Handicapped, Inc. Supreme Court of Ohio 79-TSC-OSC.pdf
1979 "Who is Putting Whose Head in the Sand... or in the Clouds? An Alternative View of Normalization" (excerpt): Exceptional Parent, June 1979 Elizabeth M. Boggs 79-WIP-EMB.pdf
1980 Achievements in Residential Services for Persons with Disabilities Tony Apolloni, University Park Press, Baltimore 80-ARS-UPP.pdf
1980 Amicus: Approaching 1981 – The International Year of Disabled Persons National Center for Law & the Handicapped 80-ATI-NCL.pdf
1980 Citizen Advocacy: How to Make it Happen Research and Training Center in Mental Retardation Texas Tech University 80-CAH-RTC.pdf
1980 Converting Community Residences into Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded: Some Cautionary Notes New York Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally Disabled 80-CCR-NYS.pdf
1980 Family Resource Services Program
Fiscal Summary for FY 72-73 to 79-80
Mel Knowlton, Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania
80-FRS-FMK.pdf
1980 Issues in the Development, Programming, and Administration of Community Residential Facilities for Developmentally Disabled Persons Heather S. Menninger, HCFA 80-IST-DHS.pdf
1980 Judge: The Law and Frank Johnson  Bill Moyer's Journal 80-JLF-BMJ.pdf
1980 Pennhurst Updates, Mental Disability Law Reporter American Bar Association's Commission on the Mentally Disabled 80-MDR-ASD.pdf
1980 Penobscot Area Housing Development Corporation V. William Wetherbee, Code Enforcement Officer Jane Bloom Yohalen, Mental Health Law Project, Attorney for the National Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. 80-PAH-JBY.pdf
1980 A Proposed Point of Departure, National TASH Conference, Oct 1980 William Bronston, M.D. 80-PPD-WBR.pdf
1980 Position Paper on Support Systems for Families of Mentally Retarded Persons Mel Knowlton, The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
80-PPS-COP.pdf
1980 Report by the Education Advocates Coalition on Federal Compliance Activities to Implement the Education for All Handicapped Children Act Education Advocates Coalition 80-PEA-EAC.pdf
1980 Supreme Court of the United States National Association for Retarded Citizens, et. al. 80-SCS-NAC.pdf
1980 Current and Future Development of Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University 80-SSO-HSR.pdf
1980 Trends in Capital Expenditures for Mental Retardation Facilities National Association for State Mental Retardation Program Directors 80-TCE-NAR.pdf
1980 The Principle of Normalization: A Foundation for Effective Services John O'Brien, Georgia Advocacy Office 80-TPN-GAO.pdf
1980 The Use of Private Investment Sources to Create Residential Alternatives Bob Laux, National Association of Private Residential Facilities for the Mentally Retarded 80-TUP-NAR.pdf
1980s Basic Concepts Underlying the ICF/MR Regulations Anonymous 80-MCU-anon.pdf
1980s Community Acceptance of Group Homes in Ohio The Acceptance for the Developmentally Disabled 80s-CAH-ADD.pdf
1980s The Service System Bob Perske 80s-OUT-TSY.pdf
1980s Permanency Planning: MORC Style Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 80s-PPM-JMS.pdf
1980s Shared Parenting Handbook Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 80S-SPH-MOR.pdf
1980s Comparative Costs & Vignettes of Individuals with Significant Needs Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 80s-SPH-MOR-1.pdf
1980s Unit Two: Gaining Administrative and Managerial Support Sherida Falvay 80s-UTG-SF.pdf
1981 From the 60s Into the 80s: An International Assessment of Attitudes and Services for the Developmentally Disabled, Closing Session Young Adult Institute & Workshops, Inc 81-AIA-YAI.pdf
1981 The "Continuum" and the Need for Caution in Living Arrangement Update, California Institute on Human Services, Sonoma State University Charles Galloway, Ph.D. 81-CAN-CGP.pdf
1981 Crisis in Mental Retardation H. Rutherford Turnbull III, Chairman, Dept. of Special Education, the University of Kansas 81-CNP-DSE.pdf
1981 Consumer Unity The California Dept. of Rehab 81-CU-CDR.pdf
1981 Do No Harm: A Policymaker's Guide to Evaluating Human Services and Their Alternatives John L. McKnight 81-DNH-JLM.pdf
1981 Evolution of Flexible Apartment Living Program Options in Community Living 81-EFP-WIC.pdf
1981 HCFA Implements New Medicaid Authority for Non-Institutional Long Term Care Services National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors Inc. and Federal Register 81-HCF-NAR.pdf
1981 "Rejoinder to the Partlow Committee" Menolascino/McGee 81-RPC-MM.pdf
1981 Testimony Before U.S. Subcommittee on the Handicapped Edward R. Skarnulis 81-TBU-ERS.pdf
1981 The Medicaid Home and Community-based Care Waiver Authority National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors 81-TMH-FFI.pdf
1981 "The New Institutions: Last Ditch Arguments" from Mental Retardation Menolascino/McGee 81-TNI-MM.pdf
1981 The Weicker Hearings CARC News for May - June 1981 81-TWH-CARC.pdf
1982 Analysis: Changing Policies and Program Trends in Publicly Financed Services to the Developmentally Disabled E. Clarke Ross 82-ACP-ECR.pdf
1982 A Philosophical Foundation for the Independent Living & Disability Rights Movements Independent Living Research Utilization Project 82-APF-ILR.pdf
1982 "Clusters in Minnesota": A Sourcebook Edward R. Skarnulis 82-CIM-ERS.pdf
1982 Predicting the Prevalence of Mental Retardation in Individual Catchment Areas George S. Baroff 82-PMR-GSB.pdf
1982 Using Old Resources in New Settings Robert L. Carl 82-WOR-RLC.pdf
1983 An Analysis of Zoning and Other Problems Affecting the Establishment of Group Homes for the Mentally Disabled General Accounting Office 83-AAZ-GAA.pdf
1983 Letter to Harvey Zucherberg re: Children's Nursing Home Services C. Patrick Babcock, MI Dept. of Mental Health 83-CNH-MDM.pdf
1983 Children of Misfortune: One Hundred Years of Public Care for People with Mental Retardation The Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities 83-COM-WCD.pdf
1983 Evaluation of a Family Support Program Nancy A. Rosenau – submitted to Community Mental Health Journal for publication 83-EFS-NRM.pdf
1983 Longitudinal Study of the Court-Ordered Deinstitutionalization of Pennhurst: Implementation Analysis #3: Issues Affecting Complex Litigation Human Services Research Institute 83-LSC-HSR.pdf
1983 Longitudinal Study of the Court Ordered Deinstitutionalization of Pennhurst HSRI 83-hsri-long-study-deinst-pennhurst.pdf
1983 Numerical Tabulation of Residents (0-15) for Specialized Nursing Homes Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 83-NTR-MOR.pdf
1983 Pennhurst Update, Mental Disability Law Reporter American Bar Association 83-MSR-ASD.pdf
1983 Planning and Operating Group Homes for the Handicapped Research and Training Center in Mental Retardation 83-PAO-RTC.pdf
1983 Testimony of John R. Clarke to the United States Finance Committee, Subcommittee on Health Subcommittee on Health, John R. Clarke 83-TOJ-CFL.pdf
1983 Why Integration? Luanna H. Meyer, Syracuse University 83-WIN-SUN.pdf
1984 DD Minors in DMH Out of Home Placements Unknown 84-DDM-MOR.pdf
1984 Interchange March-April 1984 Article: "Blanchard Sets DD Services Goals" Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 84-IAB-MOC.pdf
1984 Issues Related to Community Integration for People with Severe Handicaps Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center 84-ITC-VCW.pdf
1984 Memo to C. Patrick Babcock from Nancy Rosenau: "Update on Children's Project" Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 84-MCP-NRM.pdf
1984 Basic Concepts Underlying the ICF/MR Regulations Jerry Leismer 84-MCR-JL.pdf
1984 Mental Retardation Systems, Vol 1, No 1. August 1984. "Institutions Versus Community, Family living Arrangements: The Fall-Out from S. 2053" Illinois Chapter, American Association on Mental Deficiency 84-MRS-AAM.pdf
1984 Nursing Home Agreement Michigan Department of Mental Health 84-NHA-MOR.pdf
1984 Obstacles to Reducing Patient Abuse in Public Institutions Clarence Sundram, Hospital and Community Psychiatry 84-ORP-HCP.pdf
1984 The Closure Of Mental Retardation Institutions: Trends And Implications (A Working Paper) David Braddock Ph.D. & Tamar Heller Ph.D., The University of Illinois at Chicago 84-PPM-UOI.pdf
1984 Principle Points of Peter Kinzler, of the Parents' Network, In Opposition to S. 2053 Peter Kinzler 84-PPP-CFA.pdf
1984 Revised Memo of Agreement MI Dept of SS and MI Dept of Public Health, and MI Dept of Mental Health Michigan Department of Mental Health 84-RMA-MDM.pdf
1984 Supplement and Amendment to the DPW Policy on Support Services for Persons with Mental Retardation and their Families Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 84-SAT-MRB.pdf
1984 Pennhurst State School and Hospital Supreme Court Reporter 84-SCR-PSS.pdf
1984 Selected State Policies Governing the Operation of Community ICF/MR Facilities National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors, Inc 84-SSP-NAR.pdf
1984 Statement on S. 2053: The Community and Family Living Amendments of 1983 David Braddock, Ph.D., Director Evaluation and Public Policy Division, Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities 84-STM-CFL.pdf
1984 Statement by Senator John H. Chafee, S. 2053 Senator John H. Chafee 84-STM-SCH.pdf
1984 "The Deinstitutionalization of Nicholas Romeo – His Case Changed the Fate of the Retarded." John Woestendiek, The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine 84-TFL-TPI.pdf
1984 Testimony on Senate Bill 2053: Community and Family Living Amendments of 1983 Leonard W. Levine Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Human Services 84-TOS-CFA.pdf
1984 Testimony Supporting S. 2053: The Community and Family Living Amendments of 1983 Minnesota Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities 84-TSF-MNG.pdf
1984 "Wasting Away in Oklahoma" The Tulsa Tribune 84-tulsa_tribune.pdf
1984 Testimony to the United States Senate Committee on Finance Re: S.2053 George W. Gunther, Jr. and Bob Carl 84-TUS-USC.pdf
1985 H. R. 2902: A Bill in the House of Representatives Rep. Florio 85-ABL-USC.pdf
1985 An Analysis of Medicaid's ICF-MR Program, Chapter 1 Elizabeth Boggs, K. Charlie Lakin, & Steve Clauser, U of MN Press 85-AMI-UMN.pdf
1985 A Profile of the Future for Services to Adults with Developmental Disabilities, Chapter 3 Mary Fifield, Utah State University Affiliated Faculty 85-ANP-USU.pdf
1985 Biography of John McKnight John McKnight 85-BJM-JM.pdf
1985 Belonging to the Community Terri Z. Johnson, Options in Community Living 85-BTC-OCL.pdf
1985 Community and Family Living Amendments of 1985, S. 873 Senator John Chafee 85-CFL-SCH.pdf
1985 Family Care for Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A Growing Commitment US Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare 85-FCP-HEW.pdf
1985 Not in My Neighborhood: Legal Challenges to the Establishment of Community Residences for the Mentally Disabled in New York State Robert L. Schonfeld 85-MIN-RLS.pdf
1985 An Accounting System Designed to Monitor the Environments We Invest In For Labeled People Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 85-NO-AAS-CUA.pdf
1985 Zoning Case May Have Wide Reaching Effect Association of Residences For the Retarded in MN 85-NWS-ARR.pdf
1985 Owning Our Own Home: A New Model for Independent Living David and Margot Wizansky, Exceptional Parent 85-OOW-DAM.pdf
1985 Residential and Community Services for Persons with Mental Retardation and Related Disabilities: Background Information and Proposed Legislation Mary F. Smith, Congressional Research Services 85-RCL-MFS.pdf
1985 Sustaining Community Integration Derrick Dufresne, Executive Director, New Concepts 85-SCI-DDN.pdf
1985 Senate Hears of Abuse in States' Mental Care The New York Times 85-SHA-NYT.pdf
1985 State Reimbursement Policies for Privately Operated Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded 1984 National Governors' Association Center for Policy Research 85-SRP-NGA.pdf
1985 Short Summary: Community and Family Living Amendments of 1985 The Association for Retarded Citizens, US Governmental Affairs Office 85-SSM-CFL.pdf
1985 State Zoning Legislation Survey Marion Bates, Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities 85-SZL-SWI.pdf
1985 The Community and Family Living Amendments of 1985 Sen. Chafee Congressional Record 85-TCF-ARC.pdf
1985 The Community and Family Living Amendments of 1985: Fact Sheet The Association for Retarded Citizens US Government Affairs Office 85-TCF-ARC2.pdf
1985 The Community and Family Living Amendments of 1985: S.873 Introduction – The Medicaid Program Department of Health and Human Services 85-TCF-HHS.pdf
1985 The Pennhurst Longitudinal Study, Executive Study Jim Conroy, Temple University, Val Bradley, HSRI 85-TPL-DHS.pdf
1986 Addendum to Testimony Submitted to the Senate Finance Committee National Association of Developmental Disabilities Councils 86-ADDM-NAC.pdf
1986 A Federal Mandate for a Conversation to Community-Based Residential Services: A Proposal for Legislative Action Hank A. Bersani, Jr., Ph.D., Center on Human Policy 86-AFM-HAB.pdf
1986 A Historical Review 1966-1986 President's Committee on Mental Retardation 86-AHR-PCR.pdf
1986 Action Plan for Medicaid Reform (CFLA) at Close of 99th Congress Association for Retarded Citizens 86-ANC-ARC.pdf
1986 Community and Family Living Amendments: Separating the Myths from the Facts Hank A. Bersani, Jr., Ph.D., Center on Human Policy 86-CFL-HAB.pdf
1986 Community Integration Through Creative Financing Bob Laux 86-CIF-DHS.pdf
1986 Discovering Community: Learning from Innovations in Services to People with Mental Retardation John O'Brien 86-DCL-JOB.pdf
1986 Developing Homes for People with Physical Disabilities in New Jersey: A Technical Guide United Cerebral Palsy Associations of New Jersey 86-DHP-UCP.pdf
1986 The Deinstitutionalization Story W. Robert Curtis 86-HAH-WRC.pdf
1986 Impact on the Surrounding Neighborhood of Group Homes for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Daniel Lauber, Illinois DD Council 86-ISN-DLR.pdf
1986 Special Assignment on Children's Placement Memo to C. Patrick Babcock from Nancy Rosenau 86-MCP-NRM.pdf
1986 Medicaid: The Need for Reform in Long-Term Care Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities United Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc. 86-MFS-UCP.pdf
1986 MN Medicaid Reform Team Notes, Testimony, Position Statements, and Background Materials (1984-1987) Colleen Wieck 86-MRT-TSB.pdf
1986 Minutes: November 3, 1986 / November 10, 1986 / November 19, 1986 Ad Hoc Discussion Group on Medicaid Legislation 86-MTS-AHG.pdf
1986 Normalization and Deinstitutionalization of Mentally Retarded Individuals: Controversy and Facts Sharon Landesman, Psychology University of Washington 86-NDM-DEP.pdf
1986 Pennsylvania Code: Title 55. Public Welfare Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare 86-PCO-OMR.pdf
1986 Report to the Congress on Policies for Improving Services for Mentally Retarded and other Developmentally Disabled Persons Department of Health and Human Services 86-RTC-DHS.pdf
1986 Summary, Youngberg v. Romeo Revisited John Perry, MPDLR 86-SAC-MPD.pdf
1986 Sitting Group Homes for Developmentally Disabled Persons American Planning Association 86-SGM-APS.pdf
1986 Senate Subcommittee Holds Hearing on Medicaid Financing of Services for DD Persons National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors, Inc 86-SSC-NAD.pdf
1986 Testimony Submitted to the Senate Finance Committee Colleen Wieck, National Association of Developmental Disabilities Councils 86-TSS-NAC.pdf
1986 Testimony to Senator John Chafee and the Community and Family Living Amendments Forum, Chicago, Illinois Colleen Wieck, Ph.D. 86-TST-DDC.pdf
1986 Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Finance Sub-committee on Health United Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc 86-TST-UCP.pdf
1987 An Analysis of Federal and State Policies Affecting Services to Mentally Retarded and Other Developmentally Disabled Persons: State Perspectives: Final Report Tecla Jaskulski, Rebecca Weader 87-AAF-DHHS.pdf
1987 An Epiphany Edward T. Preneta 87-AE-ETP.pdf
1987 Adaptable Housing U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 87-ALH-DHD.pdf
1987 Consortium for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities Robert M. Gettings 87-CCD-TFM.pdf
1987 The Future of Low-Income Neighborhoods and The People who Reside There Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University

87-FLI-CUA.pdf

1987 Improving Lives and Reducing Expenditures: Medicaid's Agenda for Developmentally Disabled People The George Washington University 87-ILR-GWU.pdf
1987 100th Congress 1st Session In the Senate of the United States, Senator John H. Chafee 87-ITS-ABL.pdf
1987 Medicaid Trends: Past, Present, and Future with Special Emphasis on ICF/MR Trends Donald N. Muse, Ph. D., Congressional Budget Office 87-MCT-DNM.pdf
1987 Normalization and Deinstitutionalization of Mentally Retarded Individuals Landsman, S. and Butterfield, E.C. 87-NDI-LAB.pdf
1987 Victory in Homeward Bound v. The Hissom Memorial Center Frank Laski, PILCOP 87-MEM-FLT.pdf
1987 Regenerating Community John L. McKnight 87-RC-JLM.pdf
1987 Request for Proposals to Develop or Expand Family-Driven Support Services Pilot Projects Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 87-RFP-MRB.pdf
1987 Resident Population Centers for Dev. Dis. Michigan Department of Mental Health 87-RPC-MDM.pdf
1987 Special Memorial Issue for Joseph T. Weingold, Esq. AHRC 87-SMI-AHRC.pdf
1987 Summary of Major Draft Specification of Revised Medicaid Reform Legislation United Cerebral Palsy Association 87-SOM-MED.pdf
1988 Abuse and Neglect – What the Heck are We Talking About? Clarence J. Sundram 88-AAN-CJS.pdf
1988 Current Issues in Community Residential Services for People with Developmental Disabilities Derrick Dufresne, Executive Director, New Concepts 88-CIC-DDE.pdf
1988 Call to Action: Medicaid Reform 1988: Passage Requires Constituency Full Court Press Allan I. Bergman, UCP 88-CTA-FCP.pdf
1988 From Being in the Community to Being Part of the Community The Research and Training Center on Community Integration 88-FBI-RTC.pdf
1988 Housing for the Lifespan of all People Ron Mace 88-HFL-UDS.pdf
1988 Medical Reform House Hearing Rep. Waxman and Opening Statements National Association of Developmental Disabilities Council 88-INF-NAC.pdf
1988 Legislative Committee Report as of October 16, 1988 Ed Malone 88-LCR-EM.pdf
1988 Legislative Specifications H.R. 5233 NASMRPD 88-LEG-NAS.pdf
1988 Beginnings and Endings: The Quality of Life for Young and Old Gunnar Dybwad, Professor Emeritus of Human Development, Brandeis University 88-QOC-HDT.pdf
1988 Reconciling Funding and Philosophy NY State ARC 88-RFP-SJC.pdf
1988 Statement of Testimony on the Medicaid Quality Services to the Mentally Retarded Amendments of 1988 James Toews 88-STT-MHC.pdf
1988 State Variation in Placement of Children with Handicaps in Segregated Environments Louis C. Danielson, Ph.D. 88-SVP-LCD.pdf
1988 Statement of Patricia Kelly Crawford Mental Retardation Association of Nebraska  88-SPK-MRA.pdf
1988 On the Eve of Universal Design E.K. Waller, Home, October 1988 88-UND-HME.pdf
1988 Values, Policies, and Practices: Closing the Gaps in Community Integration Hank Bersani, Jr. Ph.D. 88-VPP-HBJ.pdf
1989 A Home of Their Own The Center on Human Policy 89-AHO-CHP.pdf
1989 Designing Positive Environments: A Strategy for Behavior Change Lanny E. Morreau from Superintendents' Digest 89-DPE-LEM.pdf
1989 The Effects of Group Homes on Neighboring Property an Annotated Bibliography Mental Health Law Project 89-EGH-MHP.pdf
1989 Federal Medicaid Policies and Services to Americans with Developmental Disabilities: Critical Issues – Difficult Choices National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors, Inc 89-FMP-NAD.pdf
1989 101st Congress 1st Session: S 384 Senator John H. Chafee 89-ITS-ABL.pdf
1989 101st Congress 1st Session: H.R.854 Rep. Florio 89-ITS-ABL2.pdf
1989 Permanency Planning Program Fact Sheet MI Dept. Mental Health 89-MDM-MDM.pdf
1989 New Housing Options for People with Mental Retardation or other Related Conditions: A Guidebook Minnesota Department of Human Services and Association for Retarded Citizens Minnesota 89-NHO-DHS.pdf
1989 Permanency Planning-Parent/Agency Agreement Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 89-PPP-JSM.pdf
1989 Request for Proposals to Develop or Expand Family-Driven Support Services Pilot Projects Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 89-RFP-MRB.pdf
1989 The "Active Treatment" Myth The State of Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy 89-TAT-WIA.pdf
1989 Designing Policies in Support of Inclusive Community Questions for Decision Makers John O'Brien, Responsive Systems Associates 89-TPI-JOR.pdf
1989 Advocacy: To What Should We Aspire? Clarence J. Sundram 89-WSA-QOC.pdf
1989 What's Worth Asking For? Leadership for Better Quality Human Services John O' Brien, Responsive Systems Associates 89-WWA-RSA.pdf
1990 A Child's Birthright: To Live in a Family: A Vicarious Visit to Macomb-Oakland Regional Center Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 90-ACB-MOR.pdf
1990 Accessible Environments: Toward Universal Design Center for Accessible Housing, North Carolina State University 90-AEN-CAH.pdf
1990 Community Building in Logan Square: "How a community grew stronger with the contributions of people with disabilities" Mary O'Connell, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research 90-CBL-MOC.pdf
1990 Family-Driven Family Support Services Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 90-FDF-MRB.pdf
1990 Your Place or Mine Bob Laux and Cynthia Moran-Laux 90-Homeowner.pdf
1990 Mapping Community Capacity McKnight and Kretzmann, Center for Urban Affairs and Policy Research, Northwestern University 90-MCC-McKnight
_Kretzmann.pdf
1990 Table 1: Summary of State Family Support Activities From "Family Support Services in the United States: An End of Decade Status Report." Human Services Research Institute, February 1990 90-SOS-FSS.pdf
1990 Summary of State Family Support Activities from "Family Support Services in the United States: An End of Decade Status Report." Human Services Research Institute 90-SOS-FSS.pdf
1990s Housing Development Services Bob Laux, Creative Management Associates 90s-CMA-CMA.pdf
1990s Macomb-Oakland Regional Center Resident Summary Macomb-Oakland Regional Center 90s-MOR-MDM.pdf
1991 Article: Closing Institutions: Lessons Learned Clarence Sundram 91-sundram-
lessons-learned.pdf
 
1991 Closing Institutions: Lessons Learned? (From "Quality of Care", April-May 1991) Clarence Sundram, New York Quality Care Commission 91-CIN-CJS.pdf
1991 Closing Institutions: Lessons Learned? (text of address) Clarence J. Sundram 91-CIN-CJS1.pdf
1991 Down Stairs That Are Never Your Own: Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities in their Own Homes John O'Brien, Responsive Systems Associates 91-DSS-RSA.pdf
1991 Down Stairs that Are Never Your Own: Supporting People with Developmental Disabilities in Their Own Homes John O'Brien 91-DST-JOB.pdf
1991 The HCB Waiver Programs and Services for People with Developmental Disabilities: An Update

Table of Contents/Preface/Chapter I: Introduction

Chapter II: HCB Waiver Utilization and Expenditures

Chapter III: Recent Developments

Chapter IV: HCB Waiver Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Chapter V: Managing the HCB Waiver Program

Chapter VI: Federal Policies

Chapter VII: The HCB Waiver Program: Present Status – Future Projects

References

Appendix

National Association of State Mental Retardation Program Directors, Inc.

91-HCB-NAR_Ch1.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 2.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 3.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 4.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 5.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 6.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ch 7.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Ref.pdf

91-HCB-NAR_Appex.pdf

1991 "Life After Hisson" Muskogee Daily Phoenix 91-life_after_hisson.pdf
1991 More Than Just a New Address John O'Brien, Responsive Systems Associates 91-MTA-RSA.pdf
1991 Bathrooms Center for Accessible Housing, North Carolina State University 91-TCU-CAH.pdf
1991 Rosewood Hospital Complex 1892-1941 Maryland Historical Trust 91-Rosewood-Hospital-complex-1892-1941.pdf
1991 The Failure of Our Dream? Lotte E. Moise 91-TFO-LEM.pdf
1991 Together Successfully: Creating Recreational and Educational Programs That Integrate People With and Without Disabilities John E. Rynders, Ph.D., and Stuart J. Schlemiel, Ph.D. 91-TS-RS.pdf
1992 Family Support Services in Michigan The Michigan Developmental Disabilities 92-FSS-MDD.pdf
1992 Housing for Everyone: Affordable Homes for People with Disabilities New Hampshire Developmental Disabilities Council 92-HFE-NHC.pdf
1992 In Pursuit of the American Dream: A Home of Your Own for People with Developmental Disabilities Newsletter of the Illinois Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities 92-IPA-NSL.pdf
1992 Special Innovative Services Expenditures Under Family Support Services Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 92-SIS-MRB.pdf
1992 Summary of Existing Legislation Affecting People with Disabilities US Department of Education 92-SOE-UDE.pdf
1992 The Whole Community Catalogue David Wetherow, Communitas, Inc 92-TWC-CSI.pdf
1992 Values, Policies, and Practices: Closing the Gaps in Community Integration Hank Bersani Jr., Ph.D. 92-VPP-CIA.pdf
1993 Some Basic Things to Think About for Home Ownership Robert I. Carl Jr., Ph.D., Executive Director 93-AHO-HMO.pdf
1993 Closing the Doors of the Institution Opening the Hearts of Our Communities Vermont Agency of Human Services Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Division of Mental Retardation 93-CDI-VAS.pdf
1993 Closing of Johnstone: The End of an Era Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 93-CJN-UNJ.pdf
1993 Family Support Services Subcommittee Observations and Recommendation Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 93-FSS-MRB.pdf
1993 Jumping the Gap: More Stories and Ideas Chris Hicks, Barbara Leavitt, Diane Peacock 93-JTG-LHP.pdf
1993 Pathways to Excellence Human Services Institute 93-PTE-HIS.pdf
1993 Residential Programs for the Mentally Retarded Subcommittee Staff, House of Representatives 93-SCS-RNW.pdf
1993 Supported Living: What's the Difference? John O'Brien, Responsive Systems Associates 93-SLD-RSA.pdf
1993 Supporting People in the Community Mental Retardation Bulletin, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 93-SPI-MRB.pdf
1994 A Home of My Own Home-Ownership Partnership, Rhode Island Housing MHRH 94-AHM-HPR.pdf
1994 Being A Home Owner Advocating Change Together, Inc. 94-BHO-ACT.pdf
1994 Community Connections Texas Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities 94-CCF-TPD.pdf
1994 Long Term Services and Supports for People with Mental Retardation Robert M. Gettings 94-LTS-RMG.pdf
1994 My Own Place: Consumer Ownership and Rental Strategies for People with Disabilities Derrick Dufresne, CRA 94-MOP-CRA.pdf
1994 Future Home is a Smart Idea Center for Accessible Housing, North Carolina State University 94-NWS-CFA.pdf
1994 State Administered Spending for Connecticut Citizens with Disabilities Center for Economic Policy Analysis 94-SAS-CEP.pdf
1994 Medically Fragile Children Testimony for Texas Senate Hearing 94-Texas_testimony.pdf
1995 Family-Centered Service Delivery: A Cross-Disciplinary Literature Review and Conceptualization Reva I. Allen & Christopher G. Petr, Beach Center on Families and Disability, The University of Kansas 95-FCS-BCF.pdf
1995 Leverage for Systems Change Dohn Hoyle & Sylvia Kroc, a Little Book Publication of the Arcadia Institute, Kalamazoo MI 95-LSC-LBP.pdf
1995 Medicaid Transformation Act of 1995 House Commerce Committee 95-MED-ACT.pdf
1995 The Place of "Choice" book chapter from Choice and Responsibility: Legal and Ethical Dilemmas in Services for Persons with Mental Disabilities (1995) David Ferleger, Esq., and the New York Commission on Quality of Care 95-POC-DF.pdf
1995 Toward a Home of One's Own: A Workshop for Families on the Journey National Home of Your Own Alliance 95-THW-NHA.pdf
1996 A Guide to Federal Programs for People with Disabilities National Academy for State Health Policy 96-AGT-NAS.pdf
1996 Oversight of Institutions for the Mentally Retarded Should Be Strengthened United States General Accounting Office 96-PRM-MED.pdf
1997 "Aliens Excluded from the United States by Cause 1892-1954" Unknown Source 97-EII-PMG.pdf
1997 Home, Sweet Home Cathy Viksjo - Staff Writer, The Times 97-HSH-CVT.pdf
1997 Faith, Death, and Betrayal U.S. News 97-TAB-USN.pdf
1997 20th Anniversary, Victorious 504 Sit-In for Disability Civil Rights Celebration and Commemoration Committee 97-V504-CCC.pdf
1997 You and Your Rights: An Illustrated Guide to Your Rights as a Consumer of Human Services Lynne Tucholke-Shorter & Cheryl Laaker, Wyandotte Developmental Disabilities Services 97-YYR-LTS.pdf
1998 20th Century Project: Significant Contributions of the 20th Century in the Field of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities The National Historic Preservation Trust on Mental Retardation 98-20CP-NHP.pdf
1998 "And Now Let's Build a Better World": The Story of the Association for the Help of Retarded Children, New York City 1948-1998 David Goode, City University of New York 98-ANL-DG.pdf
1998 Continued Commitment to Excellence: Evaluating Pennsylvania's Family Support Services Program Human Services Research Institute, Institute on Disabilities 98-CCE-HSR.pdf
1998 Celebrating the Ordinary Inclusion Press 98-CTO-INP.pdf
1998 From Feeblemindedness to Self-Advocacy Gunnar Dybwad, Ph.D. Heller School, Brandeis University 98-FFA-HSU.pdf
1998 Life After Johnstone: Impacts on Consumer Competencies Behaviors, and Quality of Life Exec Summary New Jersey Institute of Technology Center for Architecture and Building Science Research 98-LAJ-NJT.pdf
1998 Living Fully with Developmental Disabilities Lotte Moise 98-LFD-LTM.pdf
1998 Letter to the State Medicaid Director re: Medicaid and the ADA Department of Health and Human Services, Health Care Financing Administration. Baltimore, MD 98-MED-DHH.pdf
1998 On the Outside: One Selected Story Julie Pratt, West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Planning Council 98-OUT-WVD.pdf
1998 The Jackson Family Longitudinal Study:
Findings of Five Years of Research

Table of Contents / Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Observers Guide
Final Report on Five Years of Research
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
JRB Associates 98-TJF-JRB2_TOC_Ch1.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_Ch2.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_Ch3.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_Ch4.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_Ch5.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_Guide.pdf
98-TJF-JRB.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_App_A.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_App_B.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_App_C.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_App_D.pdf
98-TJF-JRB2_App_E.pdf
1999 Official language of the Olmstead Decision: http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/98-536.ZS.html The Legal Information Institute, Cornell University 99-LAW-OLM.pdf
1999 Olmstead, the Supreme Court & You Stephen Gold 99-OSY-SGE.pdf
1999 Piecing it All Together in Your Community: Playing the Housing Game Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc 99-PAT-TAC.pdf
1999 Questions and Answers about the Olmstead v. L.C. Decision National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems, modified by the Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities 99-QAO-NAP.pdf
2000 A House for All Children: Planning a Supportive Home Environment for Children with Disabilities Center for Architecture & Building Science Research, New Jersey Institute of Technology 00-AHF-CAB.pdf
2000 Deinstitution of Persons with Developmental Disabilities: A Technical Assistance, Report for Legislators National Conference of State Legislatures 00-DPD-NCS.pdf
2000 Keymakers   00-Keymakers.pdf
2000 Reaffirming the Commitment...Realizing the Vision: History of the Regional Centers in California Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center 00-lanterman-ca.pdf
2000 Ask Me About Olmstead – The Integration Mandate Illinois Council on Developmental Disabilities 00-VLP-ICD.pdf
2001 Georgia Broke Its Promise of Home for Beloved Son The Atlanta Journal Constitution Series 01-GBP-ATC.pdf
2001 "The Ever-Widening Circle of Inclusion": Regional Centers: An Historical Perspective Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center 01-TEW-FDL.pdf
2001 "What Advocates Have Said" Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph.D., Citizen Advocacy Forum, Vol. 11, No. 2, November 2001 01-WAH-Wolf.pdf
2003 Re-Thinking the System of Long-Term Care TASH Connections 03-RST-TAS.pdf
2003 The Disability Gulag Harriet McBryde Johnson, The New York Times 03-TDG-NYT.pdf
2004 A Change We Have to Keep President's Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities 04-ACH-PCD.pdf
2004 "America's Deep, Dark Secret" CBSNews.com 04-ADD-CBS.pdf
2004 Guide to Willowbrook Resources The College of Staten Island: Archives & Special Collections 04-GWR-CSI.pdf
2004 A Life of Choices: A Book of Stories Institute on Human Development and Disability, The University of Georgia 04-LOC-IHD.pdf
2004 History of the Disability Community in New Hampshire The New Hampshire Challenge 04-nh-challenge.pdf
2004 People with Disabilities Magazine, June 2004 People with Disabilities Magazine 04-OH-PDM.pdf
2005 "Eliminating the Pervasiveness of Guardianship" in TASH Connections, Vol. 31, Issue No. 9/10, Sept/Oct 2005 Dohn Hoyle 05-EPG-TAC.pdf
2005 Navigating Medicare and Medicaid, 2005: A Resource Guide for People with Disabilities, Their Families, and Their Advocates The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation 05-KMM-HJK.pdf
2005 Keeping Medicare and Medicaid When You Work 2005 – A Resource Guide for People with Disabilities, Their Families, and Their Advocates The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation 05-KMM-HJK.pdf
2005 Making a Difference Georgia's Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities, Quarterly Magazine 05-Make-Diff.pdf
2005 News and Notes, February 2005 Family Center on Technology and Disability 05-NAN-FCT.pdf
2005 Proud Voices: An Oral History of the Disability Rights Movement in Michigan (1960-1980) Lauren J. Thomas 05-PVA-LJT.pdf
2005 Self-Directing Your Life Tash Connections 05-SDL-TCS.pdf
2006 A Home for Life: Home Modifications for Aging in Place with an Intellectual Disability Center for Architecture & Building Science Research, New Jersey Institute of Technology 06-AHF-CAB.pdf
2006 Rebalancing Long-Term Care: The Role of the Medicaid HCBS Waiver Program Cynthia Shirk, Consultant, National Health Policy Forum BP_HCBS.Waivers_03-03-06
2007 Rosewood Center: A Demand for Closure.
A Public Report by Maryland Disability Law Center, February 1, 2007
Maryland Disability Law Center 07-Rosewood-Report-final-MM.pdf
2008 "Away from the Public Gaze" – A History of the Fairview Training Center and the Institutionalization Of People with Developmental Disabilities in Oregon Philip M. Ferguson, Ph.D., Chapman University; Dianne L. Ferguson, Ph.D. & Meredith M. Brodsky, Ph.D., Teaching Research Institute, Western Oregon University & Chapman University 08-Fairview_Report.pdf
2009 Listen, Winter 2009: Brief History of Bryce Hospital Alabama Department of Mental Health, Office of Consumer Relations 09-listen-bryce.pdf
2010 "Call to Action," an agenda for moving from institutions to living in the community in Ontario, Canada Community Living Ontario 10-CTA-CLO.pdf
2010 Katie Beckett: Patient Turned Advocate Joe Shapiro/NPR News 10-KBA-NPR-JSH.pdf
2010 Understanding Medicaid Home and Community Services: A Primer U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation 10-medicaid_primer.pdf
2011 ADMH Closes Partlow Developmental Center AL Dept of Mental Health 11-PDC-AMH.pdf
2011 "Bently defends decision to close Partlow" Patrick Rupinski, Tuscaloosa News 11-BPD-PNR.pdf
2011 What's Possible (Rosewood Stories) Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council 11-rosewood_stories.pdf
2011 The Closure of Vineland Developmental Center New Jersey Department of Human Services 11-VDC-JDD.pdf
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