This project was funded by the office of the Assistant Secretary of Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), contract #HHS-100-89-0025. Quantitative analyses were based on national surveys funded the Charles Stuart Mott Foundation and by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), grant #G008720134
Quantitative analyses were based on national surveys funded the Charles Stuart Mott Foundation and by the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR), grant #GO08720134. The publication and distribution of this document is made possible through the Research and Training Center on Public Policy and Independent Living (NIDRR grant #H133BOO006-91), a joint project with the World Institute on Disability, InfoUse, and The Western Consortium of Public Health, University of California. The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of the HHS project officer, Pam Doty, the advice of Deborah Lewis-Idema, Marylin Falik, Marshall Kapp, Charles Sabatino, and Linda Toms-Barker, and the support of the entire staff at the World Institute on Disability. We would like to express our special thanks to the people who to time out their busy schedules to help us plan and conduct the site visits, who agreed to be interviewed, and who reviewed these program descriptions. Without these generous contributions of time and expertise, this research project would not have been possible. The content of these reports do not represent the policies of the funding agencies, and endorsement by the federal government should not be assumed.