1999 Center for Independent Living Services for Children and Youth doc
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For young people, independent Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research Alison Carver Jenny Veitch Jo Salmon Clare Hume Anna.
www.deakin.edu.au/.../children independent mobility parental influence.pdf
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: Guiding this research were the goal of developing an understanding of characteristics that distinguish emerging from existing.
www.rtcil.org/.../2002 emerging disability groups into the independent living paradigm.doc +1 alternative download link
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: This project sought to determine whether disaster plans and emergency response systems include the health, safety,.
www2.ku.edu/.../2005 disaster planning for people with mobility impairments.doc
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Physical Activity and Health in Camps Camp experiences enrich childrens lives. Camp is a significant context for youth development. Many people.
www.acacamps.org/.../care physical activity.pdf
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Independent Living and Increased Mobility for Mobility Impaired and Elderly People through New Integrated Services – Suggestion for Further Activities Authors Pekka.
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42 P. A. A. L. Physical Activity for Active Living The PAAL Camp Physical Activity for Active Living is a camp designed for children and youth between the ages.
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Research questions: What concerns do people with disabilities have about their inclusion in society Do people from emerging disability.
www.rtcil.org/.../2002 full participation in independent living concerns report survey.doc
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: By creating a process to measure and document the ways centers for independent living make lasting impressions and impacts on their.
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: The goal of this project was to learn more about the services for children and youth provided by centers for independent living.
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Services Contact Services Provided services Center Waterville, ME 04901 207-873-0684 physical activity, strengthen leadership skills and promote self-esteem.
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: By introducing courtesy service training to service providers, people with disabilities may have more positive, productive.
www.rtcil.org/.../1985 courteous service in human service organizations research brief.doc
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: Helping increases self-esteem and provides psychological support and offers a role model to the person receiving help, additional.
www.rtcil.org/.../1984 peer counseling consumer involvement in independent living programs research brief.doc
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Purpose and anticipated benefits: The Living Well program is designed to be cost-effective, increase the health of participants, and reduce medical care costs. Who:.
www.rtcil.org/.../1988 living well with a disability health and wellness and intervention program research brief.doc
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Research questions: What are the barriers that people with disabilities face when trying to use generic community services How can accessibility to generic.
www.rtcil.org/.../2003 strategies to promote accessible cost-effective advocacy and generic community services.doc
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Who: Jennifer Rowland and Glen White, both with the Research and Training Center on Independent Living, along with Lisa Williams,.
www.rtcil.org/research/2003 risc instrument for secondary conditions.doc