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Assorted Manuals about DD Councils (1973-1995)

Date Manuals File Name
1972 Synergism for the Seventies: Conference Proceedings of the National Conference for State Planning and Advisory Councils on Services and Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled. Bob Gettings, Content Editor 72-MAN-GET
1972 Conference Program of the National Conference for State Planning and Advisory Councils on Services and Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled, November 18-19, 1972 72-MAN-PRO
1973 A Planning and Evaluation Strategy for State DD Councils by Andy Halpern, University of Oregon, Eugene, August 1973 73-MAN-HAL
1974 Hawaii Report to the DD Council, H. David Sokoloff, A.I.A 74-HRT-HDS
1974 Working Paper No. 79: A Planning and Evaluation Strategy for State Dev. Dis. Councils: Volume II; Halpern, Farah, Nagle 74-APE-HFN
1974 National Advisory Council on Services and Facilities for the DD, Executive Secretary Report, Volume III, March 20-21, 1974, Dept. of HEW 74-MAN-SEC
1974 The Developmental Disabilities Act, A View and Review – US Dept. of HEW 74-MAN-HEW
1977 Program Guidelines and Achievements of State DD Programs – US Dept. of HEW and EMC, September 23, 1977 77-MAN-HEW
1977 The DD Program by Tom Stripling, Federal Programs Information and Assistance project, December 1977 77-MAN-STR
1978 Strategies for Action, DD and State Government by Howard Erlanger, Center for Public Representation 78-MAN-ERL
1982 DD: A Guide for County Officials by Tecla Jaskulski, National Association of Counties Research, Inc, April 1982 82-MAN-JAS
1989 Special Projects Program Funded by ADD, FY 1988 and 1989 89-MAN-ADD
1980 The Developmental Disabilities Program: A Training Module; Tom Stripling 80-DDP-TS
1995 How DD Councils Are Using Grants Strategically – NADDC 95-MAN-NAD

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