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    A plan for action: A strategic plan for Delaware to promote health and prevent secondary health conditions in individuals with disabilities
    (Healthy Delawareans with Disabilities, Center for Disabilities Studies, 2009-09) Riddle, Ilka; Sparling, Eileen
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    Delaware Caregivers Support Coalition's Final Report
    (2005-10) Staff of Easter Seals Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore, Inc.
    The Delaware Caregivers Support Coalition sponsored two surveys: one of caregivers/consumers and one of service providers. The results of these surveys along with a study of caregiving conducted by AARP in 2004 provided information to form a picture of caregiving and respite in Delaware.
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    The State of Respite Care in Delaware: A Report of Caregiver and Provider Perceptions of Respite Care
    (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2005-10) Staff of the Center for Disabilities Studies at the University of Delaware; Whitehead, Sara; Hensley, Verna
    The Center for Disabilities Studies and Easter Seals Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore formed the Delaware Caregivers Support Coalition (DCSC). As part of the group’s objectives they chose to implement the recommendations of the "Respite Care in Delaware" report: the survey of respite needs and existing services. The DCSC surveyed both families and current providers about respite services in order to gain a better understanding of the state of respite care in Delaware. This document reports how those surveys were conducted and the findings from those surveys.
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    Delaware Early Care and Education: Baseline Quality Study
    (Center for Disabilities Studies, 2005-03) Gamel-McCormick, Michael; Buell, Martha J.; Amsden, Deborah J.; Fahey, Monica
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    Llamado a la Accion: Desarrollando un Plan de Communidad Para Delaware
    (Educational Testing Service, 2003) Commission on Community-Based Alternatives for Persons with Disabilities
    The Commission on Community-Based Alternatives for Persons with Disabilities developed a blueprint for a diversified, individualized, cost effective service and support system that enables individuals with disabilities to live and work in the most integrated setting of their choice. The report includes the following subject areas: determining individual needs and preferences: fair assessments and process; aspects of community living: residential, health care, employment, transportation, and education; funding; and priority recommendations, which provide a catalyst for immediate action.