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North Dakota Department of Human Services: Asset Map

This Asset Map is a “snapshot” of the North Dakota Department of Human Services (ND DHS) system and its stakeholders at a point in time. It's a working document and a tool used to : Document Stakeholder Engagement Assets: Target Groups and Initiatives Encourage Systematic and Strategic Thinking About Next Steps, Ultimately Saving Time and Resources Reference When Brainstorming Potential Target Groups to Engage Expand and Improve on Current Systems and Processes … Read More

Date: 07/2020

Author(s): HSRI for NCAPPS

Summary: North Dakota’s Person-Centered Practices Technical Assistance Plan

This document describes the efforts the North Dakota Department of Human Services (ND DHS) is undertaking, with the help of a work group and NCAPPS technical assistance, to implement a strong and consistent statewide vision and universal understanding of person-centeredness across all ND DHS entities and community partners. … Read More

Date: 07/2020

Author(s): HSRI for NCAPPS

North Dakota Person-Centered Practices Self-Assessment Overview

This document describes the purpose, action steps, areas covered, and timeline for North Dakota's Person-Centered Practices Self-Assessment. The Self-Assessment is an internal tool for people who manage programs that offer support services to measure their progress toward building a more person- centered system. … Read More

Date: 07/2020

Author(s): HSRI for NCAPPS

How to Engage Individuals Who Receive Services: North Dakota Guide

The purpose of this Guide is to assist North Dakota in fully and effectively including individuals who receive services in system planning efforts.  … Read More

Date: 07/2020

Author(s): Mark Friedman and Ruthie-Marie Beckwith for the Human Services Research Institute

HSRI Commemorates the 30th Anniversary of the ADA

Thirty years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, HSRI reflects on this major milestone in the fight for the civil rights of people with disabilities, and shares thoughts on the need for its expansion.  … Read More

Date: 07/2020

Author(s): HSRI

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