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The Center for Disabilities Studies' newsletter delAware is a collaborative project with the Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council. A newsletter for people with disabilities, their families, and the professionals who support them, delAware is published up to two times each year. It focuses on concerns pertaining to the disabilities field. Periodically, a research brief edition of delAware is published to highlight current research efforts related to supporting individuals with disabilities in the community. DelAware is distributed to more than 2,000 individuals, families, legislators, policy makers, and professionals.

Recent Submissions

  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2010)
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  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2009)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2001)
    This issue of delAware is a research brief addressing research related to staff hiring, retention, and training done across the country over the past 10 years for direct support professionals. It is geared to bring information ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2001)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges personal family stories, Delaware services and supports for the families of persons with disabilities, and grants designed to improve current services, increase collaboration across ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2001)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges the accomplishments, changes, and updates that have occurred over the year at the Center for Disabilities Studies and the Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2001)
    This issue of delAware is a research brief addresssing home visiting services.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2002)
    This issue of delAware addresses ways to detect and report child abuse and the impact of stress on families with children with disabilities.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2003)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges diversity and its impact on services and supports for individuals with disabilities in Delaware.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2003)
    This issue of delAware is a research brief providing an overview of attendant care, the impact of the House Bill 30 legislation (HB 30), and highlights of the findings of the State Council for Persons with Disabilities/Center ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2003)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges advocacy and state and federal legislative activity.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2004)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges positive behavior supports in schools and the community, a system of care approach to child mental health services, the emotional wellness of young children, issues around community-based ...
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2000)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2001)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2002)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2003)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Delaware Developmental Disabilities Council, 2004)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges assistive technology and how these technologies affect the lives of people throughout Delaware.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2004)
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies and Developmental Disabilities Council, 2005)
    This issue of delAware acknowledges accessibility, affordability, and community-based supports in regards to housing for people with disabilities.
  • Unknown author (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2005)

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