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I. Persons with Significant Disabilities: Numbers & Characteristics

II. Federal Law

III. State Implementation Framework

IV. Cross-Disability, Executive & Legislative Leadership

V. Initial Planning Information Gathering & Program and Fiscal Estimates

VI. State Work Incentive Policy Options

VII. Emerging Implementation Policy Issues

VIII. Documenting Outcomes & Performance

Comprehensive Person-Centered State Work Incentive Initiatives:

A Resource Center for Developing & Implementing Medicaid Buy In Programs
and
Related Employment Initiatives for Persons with Disabilities


Center for Health Services Research and Policy

The George Washington University - Medical Center
2021 K Street, N.W.
Suite 800
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 530-2319 (V/TTY)
(202)530-2361 (FAX)

Contact:

 Allen Jensen
(202) 530-2319 (V)
Email:
Ihoacj@gwumc.edu

 

Center for the Study and Advancement of Disability Policy (CSADP)

1331 H Street, N.W.
Suite 301
Washington, D.C. 20005
(202) 783-5111 (V/TTY)
(202) 783-8250 (Fax)

Contact:

 Robert Silverstein
(202) 223-5340 (V)
Email: bobby@csadp.org

 Melanie Gabel
(202) 223-5340 (V)
Email: melanie@csadp.org


ABOUT THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY AND ADVANCEMENT OF DISABILITY POLICY:

The Center for the Study and Advancement of Disability Policy conducts research and analysis of complex public policy issues affecting individuals with disabilities and their families. Through consensus-building strategies that transcend partisan and interest-group politics, the Center develops common-sense, flexible solutions that recognize the needs and rights of individuals with disabilities and their families as well as the legitimate concerns of Federal, State, local, and private entities.

The Center also provides public education, leadership development and training, technical assistance and information dissemination to disability groups, international, national, State, local, and private sector leaders and others interested in learning about the complex details of, and the relationships among various laws and programs affecting individuals with disabilities and their families.

More specifically, the Center:

  • Conducts research and analysis of disability policy issues and translates research into policy alternatives related to current issues affecting Federal, State and local governments and the private sector

  • Creates educational and training opportunities for individuals with disabilities and their families, international, national, State, and local leaders, advanced policy fellows and others to learn about the complex details of, and the relationships among various laws and programs affecting persons with disabilities and their families

  • Provides a national forum for discussion of public policies affecting persons with disabilities and their families

  • Provides technical assistance and disseminates policy information to organizations representing disability groups, professional groups, and Federal, State, local, and private entities that want to devise solutions to complex policy issues that require a broad-based consensus.

 The Center is currently receiving support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and grants from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the United States Department of Education supporting the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Workforce Investment and Employment Policy for Persons with Disabilities (No. H133B980042) and the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on State Systems and Employment (No. H133B30067).  Additional support is provided by The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation, The Public Welfare Foundation, The Peter L. Buttenwieser Fund of the Tides Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Dart, Fenmore R. Seton, The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., The Bernard L. Schwartz Foundation, Inc., Glaxo Wellcome, Inc., Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, Kaleidoscope, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, The Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation, The Philanthropic Collaborative, Inc., and The Ada G. Halbreich Revocable Trust.


Center for the Study and Advancement of Disability Policy and Center for Health Services Research and Policy at George Washington University

Supported by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with additional support provided by NIDRR of the US Department of Education through the RRTC on Workforce Investment and Employment Policy at Community Options, Inc. (#H133B980042) 

Website created and maintained by the Law, Health Policy and Disability Center at the University of Iowa College of Law. The opinions and analyses set out in the articles on this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the US Department of Education, George Washington University or the University of Iowa.