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Directive 95/ /EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union

European Union Restreint ECO 291 CODEC 92 Common Position (EC) No /95 Adopted by the Council on 20 February 1995 With a View to Adopting Directive 94/ /EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Protection of Individuals With Regard to the Processing of Personal Data And on the Free Movement of Such Data

U.S.-Japan Collaborative Effort Study of Long-Term Care Data Comparability: Final Report

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Adolescent Time Use, Risky Behavior and Outcomes: An Analysis of National Data

Adolescent Time Use, Risky Behavior and Outcomes: An Analysis of National Data Nicholas Zill, Christine Winquist Nord, and Laura Spencer Loomis Westat, Inc. September 11, 1995   For the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

RESEARCH AGENDA: Disability Data

The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation sponsored an expert meeting to advise DALTCP on policy issues and available data related to several populations of persons with disabilities: working age adults, children, persons age 65 and older, and special populations (e.g., persons with developmental disabilities, persons with mental illness).

Guide to Assisted Living and State Policy - Executive Summary

Robert L. Mollica, KerenBrown Wilson, Barbara S. Ryther and Heather Johnson Lamarche LTC Resource Center University of Minnesota

March 1993 Current Population Survey Re-Benchmarked on 1990 Census

  ASPE Research Notes INFORMATION FOR DECISION MAKERS FOCUS ON: Insurance Issued March 1995 March 1993 Current Population Survey Re-Benchmarked on 1990

Population Estimates of Disability and Long-Term Care

A large minority of Americans (42.7 million or 17.2%) have disabilities, 12.7 million of whom need long-term care. About 29.7% of all people with disabilities and 5% of the entire population need long-term care.