School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Nevada State Library and Archives
The Department of Commerce oversees protection and advocacy services for the mentally ill and developmentally disabled in the State. This series constitutes the records of the Developmental Disabilities Advocate's Office, as well as the general files of the Sierra Developmental Center Guardian Cases
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
Dottie Adams is the former Individual and Family Supports Director for the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities. Her papers document her prolific career in advocacy and disability activism and include materials from her work with state agencies and commissions, support organizations, and philanthropic and activist work in the state of Georgia. Her papers include correspondence, reports, newsletters, resource guides, training manuals, articles, project proposals, and committee materials related to disability advocacy and professional work
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Series is In two sequences, ending Nov. 2005 and Feb. 2014. The first sequence, originally designated as: Grant and contract administration records, documents the fiscal accounting of grants and contracts monies in compliance with federal, state, or private contractual guidelines and reporting requirements. Includes budget plan, account set-up and changes documents, encumbrance and payment backup supporting documentation, matching fund documents, procurement documentation, monthly expense reports, time and effort reports, invoices and related correspondence. Grant program records proper (second sequence) document administration of programs to grant funds (Including federal funds), or aid to individuals, instiitutions, the communities, or agencies based on predetermined qualifications and subsequent review
Minnesota Historical Society
Bylaws, articles of incorporation, correspondence, financial information, grant proposals, programs, and brochures of an organization (originally named the Rainbow Women) created to establish a supportive environment and develop a communication network for women with disabilities, and to address social issues of concern to them
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
Series includes council, executive committee, legislative committee, and various special committee minutes; general correspondence and day files; state plans; council policies; and annual reports
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Archives
The Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC), a federally-funded agency, is mandated to undertake systems-level planning and advocacy for better state government support and services to citizens with developmental disabilities. It identifies unmet needs, promotes better coordination of programs, serves as a permanent planning body, and plays a strong advocacy role to develop home, family, and community support programs
University of Kentucky
The interviewees in this project discuss the experiences of families which include a member with a physical disability. Topics covered include education of disabled children, support agencies, and the public perception of disabled people
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records
Living with Disabilities, [Part II], January 1994 [approximate production date]

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