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Take a Look! HSRI President Shares NCI Findings in New Video Series

Date: 02/2015

The American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities has produced a series of TED Talk-style videos that highlight issues of interest. HSRI President Val Bradley stars in a video on National Core Indicators (NCI) findings. Val's video is the first under the heading "Supports." To learn more about the core indicators, check out the NCI website.

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Now Available! Papers from the Community Access Unlimited Symposium

Date: 27/2014

Last fall, HSRI President Val Bradley helped facilitate the Community Access Unlimited (CAU) Social Movement Symposium, where participants and speakers explored trends in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities—including participant direction, self-advocacy, self-determination, technology, and managed care—and discussed ways to help expand a progressive inclusion movement to improve people’s lives.   Speakers included Ari Ne’eman from the Autism Self Advocacy Network, Ansley Bacon and Read More

Job Opening: Developmental Disabilities Policy Associate

Date: 12/2014

The Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) seeks a full-time Policy Associate to work within our intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) studies team in our Tualatin, Oregon office.  HSRI is an equal opportunity non-profit organization that conducts research and evaluation and provides training and technical assistance in the fields of child welfare, developmental disabilities, and behavioral health.

This position offers an exciting opportunity to participate in projects to advise Read More

HSRI Newsletter - December 2014

Date: 12/2014

The HSRI Newsletter (December 2014) was released last week. Topics include:​​

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NASDDDS Celebrates 50 Years of Leadership and Support to States

Date: 12/2014

HSRI is proud to congratulate NASDDDS, its longtime partner on the National Core Indicators and other influential projects, on a half-century of working to improve research, training, and services for people with disabilities and their families. This video was made to commemorate NASDDDS’ 50-year mark. In addition to celebrating the work of NASDDDS, the video highlights watershed events in the history of the developmental disabilities movement. Written and narrated by Robert Gettings. Produced Read More

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