We are well into the third step of our digitization project: Digitizing final reports from NIDRR grantees. These reports cover a wide range of topics including adaptive equipment, curriculum design, disability in Native American communities, social skills training, employment, and more. As we scan and post these documents, we are also back-filling the NIDRR Program Database with information of these older projects.
Here is a selection of recent additions:
MEASURING FUNCTIONAL COMMUNICATION: A RESEARCH PROJECT TO ESTABLISH THE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY OF A FUNCTIONAL COMMUNICATION MEASURE FOR ADULTS: FINAL REPORT, JULY 1995.
AMERICAN INDIAN FAMILY SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION PROCESS: THE EASTERN BAND OF CHEROKEE INDIANS AND THE MISSISSIPPI BAND OF CHOCTAW INDIANS: FINAL REPORT, 1994.
Marshall, C A; Cerveny, L K.
FINAL REPORT: SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING FOR OLDER AND YOUNGER PERSONS WITH SEVERE PHYSICAL DISABILITIES.
BARRIERS TO HOME CARE – FINAL REPORT.
STATE-LEVEL INTERAGENCY COORDINATION FOR SERVICES TO INFANTS: CRITICAL OPERATIONAL FACTORS AND MODEL AGREEMENTS: FINAL REPORT.
Fineblum, C M.
As you can see, we’re working our way through the 80s.