Disability at the Dawn of the 21st Century and the State of the States
David L. Braddock
American Association on Mental Retardation, 2002 - Social Science - 498 pages
Disability at the Dawn is the single most comprehensive reference for anyone seeking information on government spending on disability services and supports in the United States. This book features a state-by-state analysis of where money for developmental disability services comes from, where it is spent, and who is served in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. This edition covers data from 1982-2000.
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PUBLIC FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR DISABILITY AT THE DAWN
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00 Fiscal 94 Fiscal 99 TRENDS Alaska Braddock community placement COMMUNITY SERVICES REVENUE DAY/WORK AND SUPPORTED Department of Mental developmental disabilities DMHDD FEDERAL MR/DD MEDICAID FISCAL EFFORT Fiscal Year TRENDS Governor group homes HCBS Waiver Illinois Individual and Family Institutional Settings 16 INSTITUTIONS AND NURSING intellectual disability interview respondents leadership legislation ment mental disabilities Mental Health mental illness Mental Retardation Michigan MR/DD MEDICAID REVENUE North Carolina nursing homes PARTICIPANTS AND SPENDING PARTICIPANTS IN DAY/WORK Personal Assistance persons with developmental Private ICF/MR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC AND PRIVATE Public ICF/MR public institutions residential service system RESIDENTIAL SERVICES PERSONS REVENUE COMMUNITY SERVICES REVENUE IN 2000 Rhode Island SERVED BY SETTING SERVICES PERSONS SERVED SETTING IN 2000 South Dakota SPENDING AND UNMATCHED state's Supported Living tion TOTAL MR/DD SPENDING TRENDS IN RESIDENTIAL TRENDS IN REVENUE TRENDS IN SPENDING UNMATCHED STATE/LOCAL FUNDS waiting list WAIVER SPENDING Waiver SSI/ADC