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Oregon Office on Disability and Health

 
 

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OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports

 
 

Pan American Health and Education Foundation 2014 Awards for Excellence in Inter-American Public Health

 
 

Partnership for Nevada: LEND and Act Early Collaboration

 
 

Pathways to Careers: Community Colleges for Youth and Young Adults with Disabilities Demonstration Project

 
 

Personnel Development To Improve Services and Results for Children With Disabilities: Special Education Preservice Program Improvement Grants

 
 

Phenotypic and Functional Studies on FOXO3 Human Longevity Variants to Inform Potential Therapeutic Target Identification Research (R01)

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Play for Good

Play for Good

When you play Play for Good games, you help raise money for programs serving people with disabilities and their families. The games on this site have been developed by the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University.

Play for Good hosts several games and game tracks. Either choose a difficulty level or select a different game.

Sponsors of the game will make a small donation to help fund the programs of the Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University.

You can play any of the games as often as you like!

 
 

PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE: R40 MCH Autism Intervention Research Program

 
 

PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE: R40 MCH Autism Intervention Secondary Data Analysis Studies (SDAS) Program

 
 

Prepared Lifestyle Checklists

How to plan for seasonal and pandemic flu and other emergencies. A resource developed by the Research and Training Center on Independent Living (RTCIL) at the University of Kansas.

 
 

Primary Care: Our First Line of Defense

From the Commonwealth Fund

This brief from the Commonwealth Fund�s �Health Reform and You� series, explains why primary care is so important to patients and to the country�s bottom line.

 
 

Programs Serving Children with Disabilities and the Uninsured

 
 

Public Health and Disability Competencies

There is a need for public health initiatives that efficiently address the higher rates of chronic conditions and health disparities among people with disabilities; however, most public health training programs do not include curricula material that includes people with disabilities in core public health efforts. This knowledge of the health status and public health needs of people with disabilities is critical in any successful initiative. These Competencies and their associated learning objectives are specifically designed to build a stronger public health workforce to both reduce health disparities and include people with disabilities in all public health planning efforts. Check out how these Competencies can be embedded into your public health curriculum and training program!

 
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