Supporting Aging Caregivers and Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Future Planning (2004). Heller, T., Caldwell, J. & Factor, A.
This brief evaluates the outcomes of an innovative training curriculum that equips adults with disabilities and their families with the communication skills and information to jointly plan for the future with the support of peer mentors who have already made plans.
DD data brief: Service use by and needs of adults with functional limitations or ID/DD in the NHIS-D: Difference by age, gender, and disability (Vol. 5, No.2), (Dec. 2003). Larson, S., Lakin, C., & Huang, J. (Eds.), Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota.
This DD Data Brief summarizes findings from the 1994-95 National Health Interview Survey on Disability. It supplements the April 2001 MR/DD Data Brief on characteristics of and service use by persons with MR/DD living in their own homes or with family members. This brief examines how service use and needs vary by age, gender, and (persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities [ID/DD] versus persons with one or more substantial functional limitations who do not meet the criteria of having ID/DD].
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DD data brief: Health insurance coverage and health care experiences of persons with disabilities in the NHIS-D (Vol. 5, No.1), (May 2003). Anderson, L., Larson, S., Lakin, C., & Kwak, N. (Eds.), Research and Training Center on Community Living, Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota.
This DD Data Brief describes the experiences with public and private health insurance coverage for people with functional limitations, people with I/DD, and people who do not have I/DD or functional limitations. This Brief also examines the variations in these outcomes by gender and age.
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Continuum of intellectual disability: Demographic evidence for the “forgotten generation” (2003). Fujiura, G.T. Mental Retardation, 41 (6), 420-429.
Deinstitutionalization movement across states (I & II) (2003). Vol. 67, 150-154 & 233-236.
Research in developmental disabilities services in the United States (I & II) (2003). Vol. 67 310-313 & 390-393.
Policy implications for services to older persons with dementia in Japan (I & II) (2003). Vol. 67. Takeda, N., Yamaki, K., Janicki, M.P., Heller, T., Suemitsu, S., & Egusa, Y. 465-469 & 556-559. Available in Japanese from the Japanese Journal of Public Health, (2003).
Employment and income status of adults with developmental disabilities living in the community (2002). Yamaki, K., & Fujiura, G. Mental Retardation , 40(2), 132-141.
Health Promotion for Individuals with Disabilities: The Need for a Transitional Model in Service Delivery (2002). Rimmer, J.H. Disability Management Health Outcomes, 10(6), 337-343.
Residential settings and outcomes for individuals with intellectual disabilities (2002). Heller, T. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 15, 503-508.