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         Mental Retardation:     more books (100)
  1. Mental Retardation (Venture Book) by Robert E. Dunbar, 1991-07
  2. Mental Retardation: A Life Cycle Approach by Philip C. Chinn, etc., 1979-07
  3. Church's Pilgrimage of Pastoral Care in Mental Retardation by Ronald H. Hunt, 1978-01
  4. Mental Retardation: The Changing Outlook by Robert P. Ingalls, 1978-04
  5. Death & Dying: A Guide for Staff Serving Adults with Mental Retardation by Thomas Barbera, Richard J. Pitch, et all 1989-05
  6. Mental Retardation by Roger Francis Tredgold, 1979-11
  7. Mental Retardation (The Developing Child) by Robert B. Edgerton, 1979-05-16
  8. Mental Retardation and Congenital Malformations of the Central Nervous System by Josef Warkany, etc., 1981-09
  9. Research to Practice in Mental Retardation: Education and Training v. 2
  10. A manual on terminology and classification in mental retardation by Rick F Heber, 1961
  11. Manual on Terminology and Classification in Mental Retardation by Herbert J. Grossman, 1977-01-01
  12. Families and Mental Retardation: New Directions in Professional Practice by Diane T. Marsh, 1992-05-30
  13. The Conquest of Mental Retardation by Burton Blatt, 1987-06
  14. Mental Retardation: Appraisal, Education, and Rehabilitation by Alfred A. (Editor) Baumeister, 1975

121. Mental Retardation
mental retardation. mental retardation refers to mental ability and self help skills that are significantly below the expected level for an individual s age.

122. Mental Retardation: Description, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments And Medi
, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments and Medications. mental retardation. Also known as Description.......mental retardation

123. Welcome To The Genesis Fund
Sponsors clinics and therapeutic recreational programs for the benefit of children born with birth defects, genetic diseases and mental retardation.
Callie Nagle will proudly represent Massachusetts
for the Children's Miracle
Network in 2004.

124. Health And Health Care Needs Of Individuals With Mental Retardation, Virtual Off
Health Disparities and mental retardation*. To view the webcast, visit the Past Events page at NIH Videocasting and search for mental retardation .
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Health Disparities and Mental Retardation*
Conference Report In February 2002, the Surgeon General released the Report of the Surgeon General's Conference on Health Disparities and Mental Retardation, which was held December 5-6, 2001. CLOSING THE GAP: A National Blueprint to Improve the Health of Persons with Mental Retardation
PDF Download the Acrobat Reader. Webcast A webcast of the conference is archived at the National Institutes of Health. To view the webcast, visit the Past Events page at NIH Videocasting and search for "mental retardation".
The New Freedom Initiative
On June 19, 2001, President George W. Bush announced Executive Order 13217 , "Community Based Alternatives for Individuals with Disabilities," as part of the New Freedom Initiative *The Office of the Surgeon General is aware that there is a controversy around the use of the term "mental retardation" and that self-advocacy groups and professional associations are currently discussing various alternatives such as "cognitive developmental disabilities" and "intellectual disabilities." Until a consensus is reached, and with the goal of drawing attention to the great health disparities faced by people with what has been traditionally known as mental retardation in mind, the term "mental retardation" will be used in official media information on the Surgeon General’s initiative.

125. Ohio's SERCC Network
Sixteen centers that provide services to all school districts, county boards of mental retardation and developmental disabilities, and institutions in the state.
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Ohio's SERRC Network
In 1968 the Ohio Department of Education, through the Division of Special Education recognized in 1968 that a state agency cannot successfully relate to each individual teacher, supervisor, and school district. Federal funds were used to create a new linkage between the state and the school districts.

126. Kansas Mental Retardation Research Center Home Page
Link to University of Kansas. Lawrence • Kansas City • Parsons. Central office University of Kansas at Lawrence 785 8644295
Lawrence Kansas City Parsons About the Center The role of the research center: A message to families from Director Steven F. Warren Center Research Programs Guide to Core Services for Investigators ... Locations

127. Home Page
Provides support to families of children with mental retardation. Programs, legislative guide, calendar of events, local chapters, news, and stories.
"Advocating for people with mental retardation and their families; empowering self-advocates"
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128. Kentucky Department For Mental Health And Mental Retardation
Home page of the official Web site for the Kentucky Department for Mental Health and mental retardation. Welcome to the Division of mental retardation.
KY Cabinet for Health Services
Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation
AFM MH MR SA Brain Injury CMHC Facilities MHMR Home Page CHS Home Page Search MHMR Sites
Mental Retardation PASRR SCL Waiver The Commission Mercer Report DMR Training Initiative Training Calendar Newsletters Staff Contact Us CHS Olmstead Home Page Self Determination Websites Monitoring
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Welcome to the Division of Mental Retardation
The mission of the Division of Mental Retardation (DMR) is to take the lead, in partnership with other key stakeholders, to build the capacity of communities and systems to provide individually-determined supports for individuals with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities and their families that increase their opportunities for choice and inclusion as valued citizens of Kentucky’s communities. The critical functions of the DMR include: 1) set the standards for best practice; 2) provide information and technical assistance; 3) acquire and disperse fiscal resources and administer grants and contracts; 4) monitor, evaluate and ensure accountability for outcomes for individuals.

129. Florida Developmental Disabilities Services
Supported living for up to four women with moderate mental retardation in St. Petersburg, Florida.
FLORIDA DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES MEDICAID WAIVER PROVIDER ADULT CARE HOUSING, INC. The provision of exceptional quality services for adults with cognitive deficits was the vision of two professional women who possess a deep and genuine caring and affection for people with developmental disabilities. Adult Care Housing, Inc. is a certified as a Developmental Services Medicaid Waiver Provider, offering an array of services (HCBS Medicaid Provider # is 68 42283 96). Residential Habilitation Services are available in a very special waterfront home on Tampa Bay in St. Petersburg, Florida. The home is licensed by the state of Florida Agency For Health Care Administration (AFCH License # AF6905539). We are accepting no more than 4 women with developmental disabilities, so that each person receives individualized attention and opportunities to actively participate in community life. We are able to accept a fifth woman occasionally under Respite Care Services. Residents are provided support and services in a fun and caring environment.
Ms. Niece Jochims has a degree in Health Education with extensive experience in Health Care

130. Council On Mental Retardation Disability Advocacy Support
The Council on mental retardation is a grassroots organization of parents, families, and friends who advocate for children and adults with mental retardation.
Advocacy who we are
what we do

how we can help

contact us

Metro United Way

JCPS - Public Schools

SCL Providers

The Council on
Mental Retardation
1146 South Third Street Louisville, Kentucky Phone: (502) 584-1239 Fax: (502) 584-1261 enTECH Enabling Technologies Free Public Library 301 York Street Louisville, Kentucky 40203 Phone: (502) 574-1637 Fax: (502) 582-2448 800-890-1840 Voice/TT The Council Leadership Institute 101 Witherspoon Street Louisville, Kentucky 40202 Phone: (502) 587-6500 Fax: (502) 587-6570 W E L C O M E Our Board of Directors Saturday, 10:00 AM, Louisville Slugger Field Click Here for online brochure and form Since 1952 The Council has served the Jefferson County community for more than 50 years through a plethora of dedicated programs with individuals who truly care about the people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities. Please call us for any assistance concerning your family issues around disabilities and your family member's care (502-584-1239) or email us at

131. Texas Department Of Mental Health And Mental Retardation - Abilene State School
Residential facility for people who have mental retardation or developmental disabilities. Information on programs, employment, and volunteer opportunities.
Return to Facilities Search TDMHMR Advanced Search
Mental Health Services

Mental Retardation Services

Frequently Asked Questions
Contact TDMHMR

Abilene State School
Abilene State School continues to serve a vital role in the increasingly broad range of services offered to Texans with mental retardation. Admissions
Community Relations

Contact Information

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Please direct website questions to: Webmaster Page created 9/15/2003 - last updated 9/15/2003

132. Department Of Human Services - Allegheny County
United Way Link and Logo www.unitedway Find help, give and volunteer. Office of mental retardation / Developmental Disabilities. EVERYDAY LIVES.
MR/DD Profile How to Get Started Programs and Services Calendar of Events ... MR/DD Related Web Sites Some files require
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Welcome! The Office of Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities provides coordinated mental retardation services through a number of contracted agencies. Some of our services include in-home support services, community-based activity centers, child development services, living arrangements, living and skills training, and community education/outreach. MR/DD Philosophy of Self Determination The Principles of the MR Service System: Choice
Control Quality Stability Safety Individuality Relationships Freedom Success Contributing to the Community Accountability Mentoring Collaboration view the Principles in their entirety MRDD Profile How to Get Started Programs and Services ... DD or MR?

133. The Mental Health And Mental Retardation Authority Of Harris County
NeuroPsychiatric Center Adult Mental Health Children s Services mental retardation Services Human Resources MHMRA News Furniture Bank Fund Raising Calendar
back to main page The Mental Health and Mental Retardation Authority of Harris County
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Executive Director's Reports
Blueprint for Advocacy
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Blueprint for Advocacy ... 1999 Annual Report
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Our Mission NeuroPsychiatric Center ... Blueprint for Advocacy If you are in a psychiatric emergency or need information please call 24 hours a day. 2003-2005 Strategic Plan (Draft) June 2003 Prepared by

134. Oxford Special Olympics
Oxford Special Olympics provides yearround sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for all people with mental retardation.
"Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt!"
Special Olympics Oath Oxford Special Olympics GuestBook Or Check out our Chat Room The Current Date is O xford S pecial O lympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for all people with mental retardation, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes and the community.
Read About...
Oxford Special Olympics is an accredited local chapter of CT Special Olympics which is a non-profit organization authorized and accredited by Special Olympics International for the Benefit of Citizens with Mental Retardation. Special Olympics can be reached at: Connecticut Special Olympics Special Olympics International 2666-1 State Street 1325 G Street, NW

135. Mental Retardation
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136. Special Education Guide
Parent Pals is sponsored by AmeriCorp Speech and Hearing. Our goal is to provide special education and gifted information, continuing education, support, weekly tips, games, book resources, and news and views for parents and professionals. Therapists, audiologists, teachers, nurses and physicians contribute information on the following subjects ADHD, autism, deaf and hard of hearing, emotionally disturbed, homeschooling, gifted, learning disabilities, mental retardation, orthopedically impaired, otherwise health impaired, severe and/or multiple disabilities, speech and language impairment, stuttering, traumatic brain injury and, visually impaired.
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137. Expert Consensus Guideline Series - Patient Family Guides
Expert Consensus Guideline Series. Psychiatric and Behavioral Problems in mental retardation Resource Guide. Get Acrobat Reader Some

138. Alabama Council Of Community Mental Health Boards
Acts as a liaison between its members, the Federal Government, the State Legislature, and the Alabama Department of Mental Health and mental retardation. Offers continuing education workshops and conferences for its members and for social workers, psychologists, counselors, nurses, teachers, consumers, family members, and other mental health professionals.
Services Offered by
Member Agencies
Evaluation and Referral Case Management Medication Management Outpatient Therapy Crisis Intervention Services Education and Prevention Programs Chemical Dependency Services Children's Services Geriatric Outreach Programs In-Home Services Day Treatment Services Residential Services Nursing Home Outreach Mental Retardation Services Parent and Community Support
Alabama Council Of
Community Mental Health Boards
30th Annual Conference
August 25-26, 2004

Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center
Birmingham, Alabama
Who We Are The Alabama Council of Community Mental Health Boards was incorporated in 1972 and initially consisted of 25 members. Today the Council is comprised of 35 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Agencies including the 22 Regional Mental Health Boards incorporated under Act 310. The purpose of the Council is to act as a liaison between its members, the Federal Government, the State Legislature, and the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. The Council offers continuing education workshops and conferences for its members and for social workers, psychologists, counselors, nurses, teachers, consumers, family members, and other mental health professionals.
Alabama Council Wins Award
March 8, 2002

139. Bluegrass Regional Mental Health-Mental Retardation Board
Bluegrass Regional Healthmental retardation Board is a non-profit, community based provider of

140. Hill Country Community MHMR Center
Offers mental health and mental retardation care services. Includes map of area served, support applications, and board meeting schedules. Serves Bandera, Blanco, Comal, Edwards, Gillespie, Hays, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Llano, Mason, Medina, Menard, Real, Schleicher, Sutton, Uvalde, and Val Verde counties.
Enter Values Organizational Chart Employment ... Intranet "Welcome to the Hill Country Community MHMR Center Web Site .... Serving: Bandera, Blanco, Comal, Edwards, Gillespie, Hays, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Llano, Mason, Medina, Menard, Real, Schleicher, Sutton, Uvalde and Val Verde counties..."

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