Celebrating 35 years and a major move for HSRI Executive Vice President Gini Mulkern

Date: 07/2016

HSRI staff, partners, clients, and friends gathered in Cambridge recently to celebrate Executive Vice President Gini Mulkern’s 35-year anniversary with HSRI and to give her a proper send-off before her move to North Carolina. (Fortunately for us, though, she’ll remain a member of our executive team.)

Enumerating Gini’s many contributions, HSRI President Val Bradley said “Gini has helped to put HSRI and our behavioral health and substance use teams Read More

Reinventing Quality 2016

Date: 06/2016

Registration is now open for the Reinventing Quality 2016 Conference, which takes place in Baltimore July 31 - August 2! 

Topics for the 2016 conference include:

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HSRI Presentations from AAIDD Annual Meeting 2016

Date: 06/2016

HSRI staff presented on a variety of topics at the recent AAIDD 2016 Annual Meeting. Click on the links below to view the presentations.

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NASUAD & HSRI Release NCI-AD Report and Launch New Website

Date: 06/2016

HSRI and the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities recently released the results from the first deployment of the National Core Indicators – Aging and Disabilities adult consumer survey, an important new tool for the aging and physical disabilities field. NCI-AD™ survey data is collected through in-person interviews with older adults and adults with physical disabilities accessing publicly funded services. The project’s primary aim is to provide valid and reliable Read More

Presentation: Supporting Individuals to Have Full and Meaningful Lives as Members of Their Communities

Date: 05/2016

On May 25, HSRI President Valerie Bradley presented to a forum of Massachusetts parents and advocates. In addition to highlighting national trends that impact the support needs of families, she also spoke about reforms in family support and shared NCI family survey data related to the circumstances of families receiving state services. 

Val highlighted several trends in the DD field that have an impact on families. Read More

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