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Categories of disability under IDEA

NATIONAL DISSEMINATION CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES (NICHCY)
April 2009

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This document provides information about the different disability categories for children with disabilities under the US federal law Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). It defines the 13 disability categories and provides information about services available to families. This resource is useful to people interested in categories of disabilities under IDEA

Disability and ability

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE
May 2007

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Disability and ability are the focus of this issue of e-Journal USA. The collection of articles begins with the President's commitment to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Articles that follow explore implementation of this legislation in the education, health and law enforcement sectors. There is also a case study of American Indians with disabilities in Montana. This resource would be useful for anyone with an interest in government policy, legislation, and disability and development

IDRM : regional report of the Americas

CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL REHABILITATION
2004

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This International disability rights monitor takes a snapshot of the situation of disabled people in the Americas for disabled people and the extent to which they are included in society. The report examines education, employment, legislation and other areas. It gives non-governmental organisations, policy makers and individuals an opportunity to research the living conditions of disabled people in this part of the world

Connecting to care : addressing the unmet need in HIV

AIDS ACTION FOUNDATION
2004

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This CD-ROM holds a workbook is about connecting people to medical care and health services in the United States of America. 17 methodologies from 9 different areas of the United States are described in this workbook. These are selected from a wide range of settings, including community based organisations, clinics, and housing services. All the methologies described address one central question: how does the activity help reconnect HIV positive people, who know their status, to healthcare? Although based on the context of health and social services available in the United States, some methods and activites might be of interest to people in low-resource settings

Cómo evaluar la información sobre la salud en la red : guía práctica para personas mayores y personal médico|[Guide to evaluating health information on the world wide web]

SPRY FOUNDATION
2001

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The SPRY (Setting Priorities for Retirement Years) Foundation has created this hands-on guide to help older adults and their caregivers to evaluate health information available on the World Wide Web. The guide does not recommend particular sites, but provides tools to help users to determine which sites contain reliable information. This resource is geared to United States (US) users and provides links to US government resources

National Consortium on Deaf-blindness : selected topics

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This technical assistance and dissemination centre provides extensive topic-related information about deafblindness through articles and publications. It is a comprehensive and informative resource that would be useful for people who are deafblind, their family members, their carers and professionals

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Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion

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