Publications: Fact Sheets, Infographics, Booklets, Etc.
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We list below the findings from each research intervention included in the Research and Training Center (RTC) on Community Living and the RTC on Measurement and Interdependence in Community Living, in addition to other products from the centers.
- Research Center Takes New Approach to Knowledge Translation: Building Bridges from Research to Policy and Practice (PDF) - This report describes a Bridging Meeting held by the RTC on Community Living in 2013.
- Developing a Health Promotion Assistance Tool
- Development and Testing of an Informal PA Training Program
- Home Usability for People with Disabilities
- Fact Sheet
- Infographics: Housing and Transportation Access (all U.S. Housing and Rural U.S. Housing)
- Partner Success Story
- Community Engagement Initiative Knowledge Translation (KT) Project
- Fact Sheet
- Poster (PDF or Word): Engaging Communities to Improve Access in Rural Areas
- Poster (PDF or Word): From "Bench to Bedside" in a Community Context
- Partner Success Story
- Building Capacity for Full Community Participation
- Multiple Chronic Health Conditions (Analysis of Secondary Data)
- Infographic: Multiple Chronic Conditions Among People with Disabilities
- Fact sheet: Multiple Chronic Conditions Among People with Disabilities
- Poster: Multiple Chronic Conditions and Health Disparities among People with Disabilities Compared to People without Disabilities
- Parking Equity
- Brochure: Accessible Parking Etiquette: Honor the Aisles!
- Fact Sheet: Encouraging Reservation of Van-Designated Spaces for Lift- or Ramp-Equipped Van Users
- Fact Sheet: Deterring Access Aisle Parking Violations
- Does VR Effectively Support Community Living? (Analysis of Secondary Data)
- Fact sheet: How Do Vocational Rehabilitation Outcomes Vary Among Different Types of Living Arrangements?
- Tools to Identify and Measure Disability Population Segments
- Poster: What We Can Learn about Individuals with IDD from Medicaid Claims Data
- Fact Sheet: Ways to Improve Health and Reduce Costs for Adults with Physical Disabilities or Cognitive Limitations
- Poster: A Model Assessment for Surveillance of Disease Prevalence and Monitoring Cost Utility and Health Outcomes of Individuals with Physical Disabilities Served by HCBS Waivers
- Fact Sheet: Preventive Screening Improvements Needed for People with Physical Disabilities
- Poster: Preventive Screening and Preventive Health Care Utilization Patterns of Individuals with Disabilities Supported by Home and Community Based Waiver Services in Kansas
- Fact Sheet: Comparing Diabetes Rates among Adults with Cognitive Limitations to Adults with No Disabilities in the U.S.
- Poster: Diabetes among Adults with Cognitive Limitations Compared to Individuals with No Disabilities in the United States
- Fact Sheet: The Intersection of Disability and Chronic Disease
- HCBS Waiver: Economic Utility and Related Health Outcomes
- Fact Sheet: HCBS Waiver: Does It Contain Costs and Improve Health Outcomes?
- Resource Guide: Cancer Prevention for People with Disabilities
- Consumer Training for Employing Personal Assistants
- Fact Sheet: Using Consumer Training to Enhance Community Participation
- The Effect of CIL Services on Community Participation
- Fact Sheet: Which Center for Independent Living Services Improve Community Participation?
- Fact Sheet: CIL Services that Improve Community Participation: Comparing the U.S., Japan and South Korea
- Measurement Systems of Person x Environment Interactions
- Fact Sheet: New Measures for Assessing Community Participation
Poster: The Accommodations Model: A new tool for empowering students to request reasonable accommodations
Poster: Weight Loss Intervention for Adults with Physical Disabilities
Poster: Best Practices to Level the Playing Field for People with Disabilities in Disasters
Data Inventory on the Employment and Health of Kansans with Disabilities - This tool was developed to assist researchers who use Medicaid and disability data.