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Conference presentations from "Community Participation by People with Disabilities: How Do We Measure Up?"

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Presentations from Day 1, State-of-the-Science conference.

Allen Heinemann, Measuring Participation and Environmental Factors: Key Aspects of the ICF Framework
Measures for Assessing Community Participation (R1)

Participation: Preliminary Observations and Recommendations from a Scoping Review

Al Condeluci, Building Community Connections (Keynote)

Excellence in Personal Assistant Services (PAS): Measures and Training Materials (R4)

Testing Community Engagement to Improve Health Care Accessibility (Community Engagement Evaluation Project, R6)

Learning Your ABDs: Measuring Health Care Expenditures and Utilization Among the Aged, Blind and Disabled Medicaid Population (R2)

Measuring the Relationship Between HCBS and Health (R3)

Measuring CIL Services that Improve Community Participation for People with Disabilities (R5)

An Evaluation of a Goal-Oriented Training Package to Increase Community Participation of People with Mobility-Related Disabilities (R7)

Presentations from Day 2, Research to Practice sessions

Using Tools that Measure CIL Services to Improve Consumer Community Participation

Measuring CIL Outcomes: The NCIL Outcome Measures Task Force

Improving Community Receptivity by Advocacy: CHEC IT OUT and CHANGE IT!

The ABCs of Community Engagement Improving Access, Removing Barriers, Building Community

Using Research Findings for Advocacy

Posters

CIL Staff Concerns Report Survey: Results on Top IL Services

Evaluation of a Goal-Oriented Training Package to Increase Community Participation of People with Mobility-Related Disabilities

Examining Consumer Evaluation of Paid and Unpaid Personal Assistance Services
Community Engagement Initiative: Improving Health Care Access for People with Disabilities

Living Well Youth Group: A Program to Enhance the Transitions of Youth with Disabilities to Healthy Adult Roles

Social Receptivity of Doctor’s Offices for People with Disabilities

Using Participatory Action Research with Diverse Individuals to Examine Physical and Programmatic Accessibility

If you have questions about these materials or the conference, please contact Val Renault, 785-864-4095, vrenault@ku.edu.


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