Guide to the World Institute on Disability Records, 1983-[ongoing]

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Guide to the World Institute on Disability Records, 1983-[ongoing]

Collection number: BANC MSS 99/148 z

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

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Collection Processed By:
Susan Storch
Date Completed:
July 25, 2003
Finding Aid written by:
Susan Storch
© 2003 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: World Institute on Disability records,
Date (inclusive): 1983-[ongoing]
Collection Number: BANC MSS 99/148 z
Creator: World Institute on Disability
Extent: Number of Containers: 38 cartons, 1 oversize box, 2 oversize folders Linear Feet: approximately 49
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Abstract: The records of the World Institute on Disability, 1983-[ongoing], provide a fairly complete picture of its history since its founding in 1983. The records include founding documents, meeting records, correspondence, reports, research and publications, grant applications, training materials, and promotional materials.
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the appropriate curator or the Head of Public Services for forwarding. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and the copyright.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], World Institute on Disability records, BANC MSS 99/148 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Related Collections

Deborah Kaplan, "Attorney, National Policy Advocate, and Spokesperson for Disability Rights Organizations, 1976-1990s," an oral history conducted in 1998 by Sharon Bonney, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2000.
Deborah Kaplan Papers, BANC MSS 99/369c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Edward V. Roberts Papers, BANC MSS 99/34 cz, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Joan Leon, "Administrator at Berkeley's Center for Independent Living and the California Department of Rehabilitation, Cofounder of the World Institute on Disability," an oral history conducted in 1998 by Susan O'Hara, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 2000.
Judith Heumann Papers, BANC MSS 99/143 z. The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
World Institute on Disability--Archives.
People with disabilities.
Disability studies.
People with disabilities--Effect of technological innovations on.
People with disabilities--Government policy--United States.
People with disabilities--Government policy--California.
People with disabilities--Home care.
People with disabilities--Medical care.
People with disabilities--Rehabilitation.
People with disabilities--Research.
Minutes.

Administrative Information

Provenance

The World Institute on Disability papers were given to The Bancroft Library by the World Institute on Disability on May 29, 1998. Additions were made on May 7, 2003.

Organizational History

The World Institute on Disability (WID) is a non-profit public policy, research and training center dedicated to independence for all people with disabilities. WID was founded in 1983 through the efforts of Ed Roberts, Judy Heumann, and Joan Leon, longtime disability rights activists. Roberts, Heumann and Leon saw a critical need to create awareness and policy change by producing accurate information about people with disabilities, their capabilities, and their assistance needs. WID is funded by a combination of government, foundation, corporate grants and contracts, and individual donations.
Roberts, who was quadriplegic and used a respirator from childhood polio, was the first significantly disabled person to attend the University of California, Berkeley. He and a group of other disabled students helped start the Center for Independent Living (CIL) in Berkeley. He went on to become Director of the California State Department of Rehabilitation, receiving a prestigious MacArthur Foundation "genius" award in 1985. He was the first President of WID and served as President until his death in 1995.
Heumann, a quadriplegic as a result of childhood polio, began her career as an advocate for disability rights when she sued the New York City Board of Education for the right to teach in a school system that considered her "a fire hazard." She won the suit and went on to help start New York's Disabled in Action (DIA). In the 1970s she went West to the Center for Independent Living. In 1993 Heumann left WID to accept an appointment as Assistant Secretary at the Office of Special Education and Research Services at the United States Department of Education.
Leon joined CIL as a volunteer proposal writer, and eventually became their chief development officer. Her skills at program design, strategy and fundraising were instrumental in launching WID. She was the organization's Vice President of Operations and Development for fourteen years.
The Board of Directors and staff, over half of whom are people with disabilities, are respected national leaders in the disability field as well as in industry, government and social services. As a result, WID has been able to bring a diverse disability perspective to the policy arena.
The changes in WID's internal organization over the years reflect the grants and programs of the time.
Since 1984, WID has pioneered research on the use of Personal Assistance Services (PAS). The federally-funded Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Personal Assistance Services (RRTC-PAS), funded in 1993, examines how PAS can promote the economic self-sufficiency, independent living and full integration of people with disabilities into society. The RRTC-PAS also researches the use of PAS in the workplace, abuse by personal assistance providers and the need for a larger, more qualified, workforce of personal assistants.
WID's Technology Policy Division pursues a host of strategies aimed at ensuring greater access to telecommunications and electronic and information technologies for people with disabilities. This division has pioneered the field of technology policy as applied to independent living, and disability rights. WID participates in policy making at the state and federal level, advises key industry sectors and educates consumers about the principles and practices of universal design, at the blue print stage of product development and throughout the product cycle.
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Public Policy in Independent Living (RRTC-PPIL) was created in 1989 with a grant from the National Institute on Disability Rehabilitation and Research (NIDRR). A new grant in 1995 changed the name to the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Independent Living and Disability Policy (RRTC-ILDP). Both centers studied and disseminated information about policy issues that have an impact on independent living. The RRTC-PPIL studied personal assistance services, independent living legislation, leadership and empowerment and community assessment and change. The RRTC-PAS grew out of the focus of the PPIL on PAS. The RRTC-ILDP had five primary objectives: 1) to demonstrate and facilitate collaborations between Centers for Independent Living and other community groups in reforming and implementing public policies that respond to the needs of people with disabilities; 2) to strengthen the ability of CIL's, communities, and vocational rehabilitation agencies to increase successful employment outcomes for people with disabilities; 3) to identify and develop training and research strategies that can be used by CIL's and other groups to improve the accessibility of generic and community services for individuals with significant disabilities; 4) to disseminate the products of its research and analysis in the most appropriate and accessible media to a wide audience; and 5) to demonstrate and evaluate a research and training process based on the Participatory Action Research approach, using Independent Living principles.
The HIV/AIDS and Disability Division, 1991-1998, conducted training on reasonable accommodations, vocational rehabilitation, legal issues, and AIDS education to employers, AIDS service providers and other interested groups. They provided education regarding HIV/AIDS as a disability and technical assistance with developing policies and procedures on HIV/AIDS.
Judy Heumann was originally the Director of Domestic and International Policy at WID. When she left WID, Domestic Policy was dispersed among different divisions within WID, and the International Division was created. It serves as a center for the international exchange of information and expertise on disability and disability policy. WID's international activities include training, technical assistance, needs assessments, program development and evaluation, legislative and policy development, exchange programs, research, conferences, materials development, and international resources and referral.
WID's research on Health Policy seeks to expand the accessibility, availability, array and consumer-defined quality of health and long term services in the United States to optimize the physical, mental and emotional well-being of people with disabilities. In addition to addressing physical access, Health Access and Long Term Services (HALTS) promotes cultural competency among health care providers so that patients with disabilities will be better served.

Scope and Content of Collection

The records of the World Institute on Disability, 1983-[ongoing], provide a fairly complete picture of its history since its founding in 1983. The records include founding documents, meeting records, correspondence, reports, research and publications, grant applications, training materials, and promotional materials. Notably absent are the papers of the founding president Edward V. Roberts. Roberts's papers are arranged separately as the Edward V. Roberts Papers (BANC MSS 99/34 cz).
The heart of the collection is in the series that document the research and advocacy functions of WID. WID staff have been particularly active on a national level in the areas of domestic disability policy, personal assistance services and access to technology and telecommunications. Many WID staff members have been appointed to presidential task forces and national committees on a variety of issues including the National Information Infrastructure and President Clinton's Health Care Reform Task Force. WID staff have been prominently involved in local efforts to improve accessibility of services such as the Alameda County Transit System and the Bay Area Rapid Transit System (BART), and they have served on numerous local task forces and advisory boards dealing with issues of importance to disabled persons and of value to society in general.
The collection has been arranged into twelve series: Historical Background, Governance, WID Sponsored Conferences, Projects and Publications, Aging and Disability Project, HIV/AIDS and Disability Project, Domestic and International Policy, Health Care Issues, International, Personal Assistance Services, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Public Policy in Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Independent Living and Disability Policy, and Technology Policy.

Container List

Carton 1

SERIES 1: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND, 1977-1996

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials relevant to the historical background of WID, including a History of the Center for Independent Living, written by Hale Zukas, a guest book showing visitors to WID from all over the world and newspaper articles on WID personnel and on the subject of WID.
carton 1, folder 1

Center for Independent Living, 1977, n.d.

carton 1, folder 2

Guest Book, 1984-1989

 

Newspaper articles

carton 1, folder 3

504 Demonstration, 1977

carton 1, folder 4

Deborah Kaplan, n.d.

carton 1, folder 5

Disability Rights, n.d.

carton 1, folder 6

Disability Services and Health Care, n.d.

carton 1, folder 7

Ed Roberts, 1987-1995

carton 1, folder 8

Judy Heumann, n.d.

carton 1, folder 9

Russia, n.d.

carton 1, folder 10

Simi Litvak, 1992-1993

carton 1, folder 11

WID General, n.d.

Cartons 1-7; oversize box 1

SERIES 2: GOVERNANCE, 1983-2000

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further subdivided into six subseries: Organizational Background, Board of Directors, Financial, Management, Personnel, and Publicity. Organizational Background includes documents relating to the founding of WID, such as the Articles of Incorporation and by-laws. Board of Directors comprises meeting records and correspondence. Financial includes documents regarding WID's IRS nonprofit status, audits and annual financial statements. Management is the largest subseries and covers the day-to-day operations, including Executive Committee meeting records; annual, semi-annual and project reports; and materials on fundraising. This subseries also contains Joan Leon's Administrative Records, which include her calendars, working files and notebooks. Personnel contains the personnel policies and handbooks for WID, and Publicity contains brochures and other printed materials used for promotion and publicity.
 

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND, 1983-1993

carton 1, folder 12

WID Proposal and Plan, 1983

carton 1, folder 13

Articles of Incorporation, 1983

carton 1, folder 14

By-laws, 1983-1993

carton 1, folder 15

Mission Statement, 1983

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 1983-1999

carton 1, folder 16-29

Board of Directors Meetings and Correspondence, 1983-2000

 

FINANCIAL, 1983-1996

carton 2, folder 1

IRS Nonprofit Status, 1983-1987

carton 2, folder 2-10

Audits, 1986-1996

carton 2, folder 11

Financial Statements, 1998

 

MANAGEMENT, 1985-1998

carton 2, folder 12-20

Executive Committee, 1989-1997

Oversize box 1, folder 1-3

"Impact" Semi-Annual Reports, 1993-1996

carton 2, folder 21

7 Year Report, 1990

 

Monthly Project Reports

carton 2, folder 22

Administration, 1990-1992

carton 2, folder 23

Community Outreach, 1990-1991

carton 2, folder 24

Development, 1991-1992

carton 2, folder 25

Disabled People in Development, 1992

carton 2, folder 26

Finance, 1990-1992

carton 2, folder 27

International Disability Exchanges and Studies, 1992

carton 2, folder 28

International T. A. and Hosting, n.d.

carton 2, folder 29

Management, 1991

carton 2, folder 30

Personal Assistance Services, 1992

carton 2, folder 31

Technical Assistance to Policy Makers, n.d.

carton 2, folder 32-33

Activity Reports, 1995-1996

 

Fundraising and Development

carton 2, folder 34

Zellerbach Family Fund, 1984

carton 2, folder 35-36

Thorn, Lee: Assuring Orderly Growth Campaign, 1985-1986

carton 2, folder 37

Development Plan, 1990-1991

carton 2, folder 38

Development Committee, 1992

carton 2, folder 39

Philip R. Lee, M D, honorary event, 1994

carton 2, folder 40

1995 Fundraising Dinner, 1995

carton 2, folder 41

Promoting Economic Development for People with Disabilities, 1997

carton 2, folder 42

In-Depth Analysis of WID, 1990

carton 2, folder 43

Planning, 1988-1990

carton 2, folder 44-45

Project Management, 1993-1994

carton 2, folder 46

Accessible Media Policy, 1995, n.d.

carton 2, folder 47

Reasonable Accommodations Committee, 1994-1996

carton 2, folder 48

Strategic Planning and Management Committee, 1991-1992

carton 2, folder 49

WIDOCCUR Staff Newsletter, 1989

carton 3, folder 1-27

Correspondence, 1983-1987

 

Joan Leon's Administrative Records

carton 3, folder 28-29

Calendars, 1988-1992

carton 4, folder 1-4

Calendars, 1993-1997

carton 4, folder 5

Conference Materials, 1984-1988

carton 4, folder 6-10

Meeting Notes, 1984-1989

carton 4, folder 11

Meeting Notes: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1987-1988

carton 4, folder 12-18

Working Files, 1986-1990

carton 5, folder 1-20

Working Files, 1991-1994

carton 6, folder 1-24

Working Files, 1994-1996

carton 7, folder 1-2

Working Files, 1997

carton 7, folder 3-10

Notebooks, 1993-1998

carton 7, folder 11

Trip to Russia, 1995

 

PERSONNEL, 1985-1993

carton 7, folder 12

Policies, 1985

carton 7, folder 13

Personnel Policy and Procedures Handbook, 1991

carton 7, folder 14

Internship Program Orientation Guide, 1993

 

PUBLICITY, 1987-2002

carton 7, folder 15

Brochures, n.d.

carton 7, folder 16

impact! Newsletter, 1999-2002

carton 7, folder 17

WID Capabilities Statement, n.d.

carton 7, folder 18

WIDER Circle Newsletter, 1996-1997

carton 7, folder 19

WID Fact Folder, 1996

carton 7, folder 20

WID News, 1991

Cartons 7-8

SERIES 3: CONFERENCES, 1989-1996

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials regarding the organization of conferences, workshops, forums and other gatherings that were sponsored and/or organized by WID. Materials include reports, correspondence, agendas and minutes from these meetings.
carton 7, folder 21

Ethical Issues in Disability and Rehabilitation: Report of an International Conference, 1989

carton 7, folder 22

Of Mutual Benefit: A Symposium on the ADA and Financial Institutions, 1992

carton 7, folder 23

Disability Policy Summit, ca. 1994

carton 8, folder 1

National Return to Work Forum, 1996

carton 8, folder 2

National Summit on Self-Determination and Consumer Direction, 1998-1999

Cartons 8-13; oversize box 1

SERIES 4: PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS, 1983-1997

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and alphabetically

Scope and Content Note

This series is further divided into two subseries: Miscellaneous and Grant Funded. Although the subseries mirror each other in many ways, they were arranged and maintained separately and have not been interfiled. Miscellaneous includes WID-wide projects and publications that do not fit into a specific division of WID, such as Technology Policy or Personal Assistance Services, although for very important publications, there may be some overlap with other areas. These were maintained by the principal investigator and have been identified according to the project name. They are arranged chronologically according to the date span of the project. Grant Funded Projects were files kept centrally at WID by the administration instead of project managers and include a wide variety of projects that also have been included in other series. These materials have been identified by the name of the granting agency, then the title or subject of the project and are arranged according to the date on which the project was completed. Both subseries include project proposals, award notices, correspondence and reports. More detail about some of the projects is available in the project files maintained by the unit that managed the project.
 

MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-2000

carton 8, folder 3

Project Interdependence, n.d.

carton 8, folder 4-10

BART Task Force on Access for Elderly and Disabled Persons, 1982-1994

carton 8, folder 11

BART Elevator Modification, 1983-1987

carton 8, folder 12-26

AC Transit Accessibility Advisory Committee, 1983-1994

carton 9, folder 1-5

AC Transit Disability Sensitivity Training Program, 1984-1988

carton 9, folder 6

PBS Documentary: "People in Motion", 1985-1988

carton 9, folder 7-15

Quality of Life Project, 1985-1990

carton 9, folder 16

Attending to America, 1987

carton 9, folder 17

WID Proposal to Increase the Manufacture of Affordable Chairs, 1989

carton 9, folder 18

Bay Area Aging and Disability Project Peer Support Group Facilitator Training Manual, 1989-1990

carton 9, folder 19-20

Partners in Policymaking, 1989-1990

carton 9, folder 21

The Role of Optimism in Rehabilitation, 1989-1990

carton 9, folder 22-25

From Injured People to Injured Policy, 1989-1991

carton 9, folder 26

Partners in Policymaking Manual, 1990

carton 9, folder 27

People with Disabilities Speak Out on Quality of Life, 1990

carton 9, folder 28

WID Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 1991

carton 9, folder 29

ADA Implementation Study, 1992

carton 9, folder 30

"The U.S. Role in International Disability Activities: A History and a Look Toward the Future", 1992

Oversize box 1, folder 4

Just Like Everyone Else, 1992

carton 9, folder 31

Research and Training Center on Families of Adults with Disabilities, 1993-1994

carton 9, folder 32

Fair Housing Initiatives, 1994

carton 9, folder 33-35

Leadership Development Project Interviews, 1994

carton 10, folder 1-8

Leadership Development Project Interviews, 1994-1995

carton 10, folder 9

Economic Development, 1995

carton 10, folder 10

Research and Training Center on the Pacific Basin, 1994-1995

carton 10, folder 11

"A Briefing Book on Adults with Disabilities", 1995

Oversize box 1, folder 5

"A Tribute to Ed Roberts", 1995

carton 10, folder 12

Violence and Disabilities: Focus Group Research Proposal, 1995

carton 10, folder 13

The Ed Roberts Campus, 1995-1996

carton 10, folder 14

Presidential Yacht Potomac: Ed Roberts Memorial, 1995-1996

carton 10, folder 15

Consumer Choice News, 1996-1998

carton 10, folder 16-23

CA Foundation for Independent Living Centers Program Evaluation of Statewide Systems Change and Community Evaluation Project Proposal, 1997-1999

carton 10, folder 24

Equity, Summer 2000

carton 10, folder 25

Community Integration Project, n.d.

carton 10, folder 26

Resource Guide for Older Adults with a Disability in Contra Costa County, n.d.

carton 10, folder 27

World Institute on Interdependence, n.d.

 

GRANT FUNDED, 1983-1994

carton 10, folder 28

Institute on Health Policy Studies: Pew Executive Seminars, 1983

carton 10, folder 29

Computer Land/Millard Foundation: Computer Support, 1985

carton 10, folder 30

International Business Machines, 1985

carton 10, folder 31

Johnson Foundation: Aging Conference, 1985

carton 10, folder 32

Kaiser (Henry J.) Foundation: Kalispell Conference, 1985

carton 10, folder 33-36

San Francisco Department of Social Services: Affirmative Action/Disability Training Project, 1984-1985

carton 10, folder 37

Van Loben Sels Foundation: Polio Epidemic Film, 1985

carton 11, folder 1

Werner Erhard Foundation, 1985

carton 11, folder 2

Haas (Evelyn and Walter Jr.) Fund: Security Improvements, 1986

carton 11, folder 3

Illinois Department of Rehabilitation: Evaluation of Home Services Programs, 1986

carton 11, folder 4

Kaiser Family Foundation: Information Referral Program, 1985-1986

carton 11, folder 5

Mott (Charles Stewart) Foundation: Aging Health Policy Center, 1984-1986

carton 11, folder 6

New Mexico: Training Seminar on Long-Term Care, 1986

carton 11, folder 7

Chevron Corporation: Operating Funds, 1987

carton 11, folder 8

J.M. Foundation: National Resource Center on Attendant Services, 1986-1987

carton 11, folder 9

Kaiser Family Foundation: Elderly/Disabled Program, 1987

carton 11, folder 10

Lotus: Software, 1987

carton 11, folder 11

September Alliance for Accessible Transit, 1987

carton 11, folder 12

Villers Foundation: Operating Funds, 1987

carton 11, folder 13

World Rehabilitation Fund, Inc.: Conference on Quality Assurance in Personal Assistance Services, 1987

carton 11, folder 14-15

Alameda County Transit Authority, 1987-1988

carton 11, folder 16-19

Centers for Disease Control/University of California San Francisco: Injury Project, 1987-1988

carton 11, folder 20-23

Easter Seal Research Foundation: National Study of the Technology of Attendant Care, 1984-1988

carton 11, folder 24-29

Episcopal Church: Empowering People with Disabilities, 1985-1988

carton 11, folder 30-33

Mott (Charles Stewart) Foundation: Attendant Care, 1983-1988

carton 11, folder 34

National Council on the Handicapped, 1987-1988

carton 11, folder 35

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1988

carton 11, folder 36

Villers Foundation: National Resource Center on Attendant Services, 1986-1988

carton 11, folder 37

Aldus Corporation: Software, 1989

carton 11, folder 38

Civil Justice Foundation: Choose Own Attendants, 1989

carton 12, folder 1

Coalition on Disability and Chemical Dependency: Alcohol, Drug and Disability Study, 1988-1989

carton 12, folder 2

Crescent Porter Hale Foundation, et al.: Catering, 1986-1989

carton 12, folder 3

Drown (Joseph) Foundation: Operating Funds, 1989

carton 12, folder 4

Fireman's Fund: Operating Funds, 1989

carton 12, folder 5

National Institute on Disability Research and Rehabilitation: Health Insurance, 1988-1989

carton 12, folder 6

Swig Foundation: Operating Funds, 1986-1989

carton 12, folder 7-9

Health and Human Services: Quality of Life, 1988-1990

carton 12, folder 10

National Institute on Disability Research and Rehabilitation Attendant Services Grant Proposal, 1987

carton 12, folder 11-15

Berkeley Planning Associates, 1989-1990

carton 12, folder 16

Hewlett Packard Company: Equipment, 1989-1990

carton 12, folder 17

Hoffman Foundation: Washington, D.C. Office, 1988-1990

carton 12, folder 18-21

Kaiser Family Foundation and Koret Foundation: Bay Area Aging and Disability Project, 1987-1990

carton 12, folder 22-26

National Institute on Disability Research and Rehabilitation: Attendant Services, 1988-1990

carton 12, folder 27-32

San Francisco Foundation: Core Support, 1983-1990

carton 12, folder 33

San Francisco Foundation: Hotchkiss Reception, 1989-1990

carton 12, folder 34

Telecommunications Education Trust: Consumer Training Education Project, 1989-1990

carton 12, folder 35-36

Health and Human Services: Partners in Policymaking, 1989-1991

carton 13, folder 1-7

Health and Human Services: Personal Care Options, 1989-1991

carton 13, folder 8-10

Minnesota Developmental Disability Council: Partners in Policymaking, 1989-1991

carton 13, folder 11-12

Pew Charitable Trusts: Disability and Aging, 1987-1991

carton 13, folder 13

Alameda County Art Commission: WID Art Gallery, 1991-1992

carton 13, folder 14

Kaiser Family Foundation: Health Care Financing, 1991-1992

carton 13, folder 15-19

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Independent Living Brochure, 1989-1992

carton 13, folder 20

United States Information Agency: Study Tour of Disabled Leaders, 1990-1992

carton 13, folder 21

Villers Foundation: Focus Groups on Long Term Care Services, 1988-1992

carton 13, folder 22-26

Education, Department of: AIDS Project, 1990-1993

carton 13, folder 27

San Francisco Foundation: AIDS Project, 1991-1993

carton 13, folder 28

Lyon-Martin Women's Health Services Subcontract: Disability Access Plan, 1992-1994

carton 13, folder 29-35

Trauma Foundation/Centers for Disease Control Subcontract: Injury Prevention, 1989-1994

Carton 14

SERIES 5: AGING AND DISABILITY PROJECT, 1987-1995

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically and chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further divided into two subseries: Administration and Background and Project and Subject Files. Administration and Background consists of materials documenting the project as a whole, its history and its funding. Project and subject files are arranged chronologically according to the date span of each project, thereafter alphabetically. These records include grant proposals, research, publications, and records of Aging and Disability related conferences and other meetings organized or attended by WID staff.
 

ADMINISTRATION AND BACKGROUND, 1987-1989

carton 14, folder 1

Project Summary, ca. 1987

carton 14, folder 2

Annual report, 1988-1989

carton 14, folder 3-4

Steering Committee, 1988

carton 14, folder 5

Funding, 1988

 

PROJECT AND SUBJECT FILES, 1986-1992

carton 14, folder 6

Aging and Disability monograph, 1988

carton 14, folder 7-8

Bay Area Regional Consortium on Aging and Disability, 1988-1989

carton 14, folder 9

Developing Independent Living Alternatives for Older Individuals, 1987

carton 14, folder 10

"Independent Living and Community Life: Building Coalitions Among Elders, People with Disabilities, and Our Allies", 1992

carton 14, folder 11

Information Referral and Community Education Project, 1988

carton 14, folder 12

In Home Supportive Services in California, n.d.

carton 14, folder 13

Institute of Medicine, 1989

carton 14, folder 14

Koret Foundation, 1986-1988

carton 14, folder 15

Long Term Care, 1987

carton 14, folder 16

National Council on the Aging, 1988

carton 14, folder 17

Peer Support Advisory Committee, n.d.

carton 14, folder 18

Peer Support Group Facilitator Training Manual, 1989

carton 14, folder 19

Quality of Life Conference, 1987

carton 14, folder 20

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1986, n.d.

carton 14, folder 21

Sacramento Rally, May 25, 1988

carton 14, folder 22

Survey of Agencies and Individuals, 1988

carton 14, folder 23

Toward a Unified Agenda: A National Conference on Disability and Aging, 1985

carton 14, folder 24

Toward a Unified Agenda: Bay Area Aging and Disability Conference, 1988

carton 14, folder 25-26

White House Conference on Aging: Resolutions and Report, 1995

Cartons 14-15; oversize folders 1B and 2A

SERIES 6: HIV/AIDS AND DISABILITY PROJECT, 1991-1998

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further divided into 3 subseries: Administration; Conferences, Meetings and Workshops; and Projects and Publications. The HIV/AIDS and Disability Project was established to promote the vocational and independent living outcomes for persons with disabilities as a result of AIDS. Administration contains the administrative records of the unit including correspondence, division reports and meeting records. Conferences, Meetings and Workshops includes records of events hosted and planned by WID and those in which WID staff participated as panelists. Materials in Projects illustrate the focus of the HIV/AIDS Disability Project on vocational rehabilitation, peer support and advocacy for persons with HIV/AIDS. It includes grant applications, reports, publications and posters.
 

ADMINISTRATION, 1991-1998

carton 14, folder 27

Advisory Committee, 1991-1994

carton 14, folder 28

Butler, Doris, 1994, n.d.

carton 14, folder 29

Correspondence, 1994-1996

carton 14, folder 30

Correspondence, 1997

carton 14, folder 31

Division Reports, 1993

carton 14, folder 32

Grant Application, 1994, n.d.

carton 14, folder 33

International Programs for the HIV/AIDS Disability Division, n.d.

carton 14, folder 34

Mission Statement, n.d.

carton 14, folder 35

Progress Report, ca. 1997

carton 14, folder 36

Promotional Pamphlets and Posters, 1995, n.d.

carton 14, folder 37

Prospectus, 1992-1993

carton 14, folder 38

Staff Training, ca. 1996

carton 14, folder 39

Training Requests, 1997-1998

carton 14, folder 40

Vocational Rehabilitation Curriculum Committee, 1994-1995

 

CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, AND WORKSHOPS, 1991-1998

carton 14, folder 41

AIDS and Disability Symposium, 1991

carton 14, folder 42

Twenty-first Century Conference, 1991

carton 14, folder 43

Working Toward a Common Agenda workshop, 1992

carton 14, folder 44

HIV/AIDS Training, 1992-1993

carton 14, folder 45

HIV and Disability: Defining the Common Agendas Conference, 1992-1994

carton 14, folder 46

American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 1993

carton 14, folder 47

Empowering People with HIV-Related Disabilities, 1993

carton 14, folder 48

HIV Specialist Training, 1994

carton 14, folder 49

International AIDS Conference, 1994-1995

carton 14, folder 50

Effective Employment Strategies for Individuals with Disabilities: National Conference, 1996

carton 14, folder 51

Florida Vocational Rehabilitation and HIV/AIDS Training Workshop, 1997

carton 14, folder 52

AIDS and Return to Work, May 4, 1998, 1998

carton 14, folder 53

An Overview of the ADA, Access and Reasonable Accommodations, Services and Resources for Employment, 1998

 

PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS, 1991-1997

carton 14, folder 54-55

Realizing the Rehabilitation Potential for Individuals Living with HIV, 1991-1992

carton 15, folder 1

Disability and AIDS: a Cross-Disability Peer Support Training Manual, 1991

carton 15, folder 2-3

Women with HIV: Highland Hospital Peer Support Project, 1991-1993

carton 15, folder 4

AIDS and Disability Resource Manual, 1992

carton 15, folder 5

Disability and Function in HIV-Infected Gay Men, 1993

carton 15, folder 6

Improving Rehabilitation Services for Persons with HIV-Related Disabilities, 1993-1995

carton 15, folder 7-12

Training in Rehabilitation on AIDS to Inform the Nation (TRAIN), 1993-1997

carton 15, folder 13

HIV/AIDS Training for State Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists, 1994

carton 15, folder 14-15

Vocational Rehabilitation & HIV/AIDS, 1994-1997

Oversize folder 1B

Vocational Rehabilitation & HIV/AIDS Poster, 1994

carton 15, folder 16

Work for Life: An Employment Guide for People with HIV/AIDS, ca. 1994

carton 15, folder 17

AIDS and Employment Consumer Focus Groups, 1995

Oversize folder 2A

Poster, 1995

carton 15, folder 18-20

HIV/AIDS and Vocational Rehabilitation Curriculum [with the HIV Disease Education and AIDS Rehabilitation Training Project (HEART)], 1995-1997

carton 15, folder 21

Proyecto Reduccíon de Daño, Santa Fe, Mexico, 1995-1996

carton 15, folder 22

HIV/AIDS Employment Advocacy, 1996

carton 15, folder 23-24

Improving Rehabilitation Services for Persons with HIV-Related Disabilities, 1996-1998

carton 15, folder 25

Vocational Early Job Assistance, 1997

carton 15, folder 26-27

Bailey House/Housing and Urban Development, 1996-1998

carton 15, folder 28

HIV/AIDS Prevention Services and Special Populations Needs Assessment, 1997-1998

carton 15, folder 29

HIV/AIDS Management and Employee Training Curriculum, n.d.

carton 15, folder 30

Literature Review on the Effects of a Peer Support Group Model on African American Women with HIV-related Disabilities, n.d.

Cartons 16-19

SERIES 7: DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL POLICY, 1983-1994

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists mainly of records generated by Judith Heumann in her capacity as the Director of Domestic and International Policy. After Heumann left WID in the early 1990s, the functions of domestic policy were divided among many different units within WID, and International Policy became a division unto itself. The records reflect Heumann's interest in many different areas of domestic and international disability policy and her involvement in many different issues and organizations worldwide. They include materials on the Americans with Disabilities Act, correspondence, information regarding meetings and conferences attended and information on a variety of domestic and international organizations with which WID collaborated on policy matters or consulted on different issues.
carton 16, folder 1-2

Americans with Disabilities Act, 1988-1989

carton 16, folder 3

Americans with Disabilities Act Testimony, 1988-1989

carton 16, folder 4

Americans with Disabilities Act 1 year Anniversary: Judy Heumann's U.S. Senate Presentation, 1991

carton 16, folder 5-19

Conferences and Symposia, 1983-1993

carton 16, folder 20-22

Correspondence: American Association of Retired Persons-Dart, Justin, 1983-1993

carton 17, folder 1-13

Correspondence: Davi-Zoln, 1983-1993

carton 17, folder 14-16

International Organizations: Africa-France, n.d.

carton 18, folder 1-5

International Organizations: France-Zaire, n.d.

carton 18, folder 6-11

Meetings, 1983-1993

carton 18, folder 12-18

Organizations: Ability Center-Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities, 1988-1992

carton 19, folder 1-10

Organizations: Disability International-National Institute on Disability, 1988-1992

carton 19, folder 11

Physician-Assisted Suicide, n.d.

carton 19, folder 12

Social Security: Return to Work, 1997

carton 19, folder 13

State Council on Developmental Disabilities, 1988-1989

carton 19, folder 14

Women and Disability, 1990

Cartons 19-20

SERIES 8: HEALTH CARE ISSUES, 1988-1993

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series contains project and subject files on the subject of health care. It is especially illustrative of the needs of disabled persons in this important area of public policy. It includes newsletters, testimony before Congress, and project and subject files that consist of reports, grant applications and correspondence.
carton 19, folder 16-16

Access to Health Care Newsletter, 1988-1989

carton 19, folder 17

Access to Health Insurance: Bob Griss's Testimony to Congress, 1990

carton 19, folder 18-20

Accessibility, Adequacy & Affordability of Health Care Insurance for Persons with Disabilities or Chronic Illness (Report to Congress), 1990

carton 19, folder 21

Alameda County Managed Care Planning Group, 1995-1997

carton 19, folder 22

America's Neglected Health Minority: Working Age Persons with Disabilities (Draft), 1989

carton 19, folder 23

California Health Care Reform Organizing Project, 1995

carton 20, folder 1

Health and Medicine: Health Access Coalition, Workman's Comp., Medicaid, 1988-1990

carton 20, folder 2

Health Care Reform Debate in California, 1993-1994

carton 20, folder 3

Health Insurance Advisory Committee, 1990

carton 20, folder 4

Insurance Study, 1988-1989

carton 20, folder 5

Medicaid, 1995

carton 20, folder 6

People for Accessible Health Care, 1988-1989

carton 20, folder 7

Reproductive Genetics, 1992-1993

carton 20, folder 8

Reproductive Genetic Testing, 1991

carton 20, folder 9

Research and Report Development Contract on How Health Insurance Issues Affect Individuals with Handicaps: Work Plan, 1989

carton 20, folder 10

Town Meetings, 1992

Carton 20

SERIES 9: INTERNATIONAL, 1988-1997

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically and chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This series if further divided into three subseries: International Disability Exchanges and Studies (IDEAS) Project, Russia, and Miscellaneous International Projects. IDEAS is further divided into three sub sub series: Reports, Publications and Research and IDEAS 2000. IDEAS reports are called "Portfolios" and consist primarily of an annual selection of fellowship reports funded by the IDEAS Project. Publications include formal publications relating mainly to disability issues internationally. IDEAS 2000 was a joint project of a consortium of five organizations Mobility International USA, Rehabilitation International, The Independent Living Research Utilization Program of the Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, The Wheeled Mobility Center and WID. It's aim was to carry out international activities and research that significantly expand the knowledge base in key areas of technology, employment, women's issues and independent living. The project was funded for 60 months. Records from IDEAS 2000 include the grant application for the project, reports and meeting minutes.
The subseries Russia includes information on collaborations with Russian organizations for the disabled, a project conducted in Russia with the All Russian Society for the Disabled, and Deborah Kaplan's report on her trip to Russia.
Miscellaneous International Projects includes information on projects conducted in the Netherlands and in Mexico.
 

INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY EXCHANGES AND STUDIES (IDEAS) PROJECT, 1988-1992

 

Reports, 1988-1992

carton 20, folder 11

Portfolio I, 1988-1989

carton 20, folder 12

Portfolio II, ca. 1990

carton 20, folder 13

Portfolio III, 1991

carton 20, folder 14

Portfolio IV, 1992

 

Publications and Research, 1990-1992

carton 20, folder 15

Project Summaries, 1990-1991

carton 20, folder 16

Meeting the Health Care Needs of Physically Disabled Persons in the Netherlands, 1990

carton 20, folder 17

Mexico, 1990

carton 20, folder 18

Understanding Cultural Dynamics: A Basis for International Consultation, 1990

carton 20, folder 19

International Visitors Center, 1991

carton 20, folder 20

German Health Spa Practices and their Application in Preventing Secondary Disabilities, 1992

carton 20, folder 21

Personal Assistance Services Programs in Germany, Sweden & the USA, 1992

carton 20, folder 22

Toward Independence: The Next Step, 1992

carton 20, folder 23

The U.S. Role in International Disability Activities: A History & a Look Towards the Future, 1992

carton 20, folder 24

Personal Assistance Services in Finland and Sweden, n.d.

 

IDEAS 2000, 1994-1997

carton 20, folder 25

Grant application, 1994

carton 20, folder 26

Prospectus, ca. 1995-1996

carton 20, folder 27-29

Quarterly reports, 1994-1996

carton 20, folder 30

Evaluation report, 1996

carton 20, folder 31

Meeting Minutes 1996, 1996

carton 20, folder 32

Portfolio 1996, 1996

carton 20, folder 33

Portfolio 1997, 1997

 

RUSSIA, 1989-1996

carton 20, folder 34

Russia, 1989-1994

carton 20, folder 35-41

All Russian Society of the Disabled, 1994-1996

carton 20, folder 42

Debby Kaplan trip, n.d.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS, 1992, n.d.

carton 20, folder 43

Peer Support Training: Netherlands, 1992

carton 20, folder 44

Training for Emerging Leaders, n.d.

Cartons 21-29

SERIES 10: PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (PAS), 1983-2000

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically and chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further divided into six subseries: Administration, Meetings and Conferences, Projects and Publications, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on PAS (RRTC-PAS), Staff Writings and Publications, and Subject and Correspondence Files. Administration contains the administrative records of the unit including correspondence, division reports and meeting records. Meetings and Conferences includes materials on meetings organized or sponsored by WID or attended by WID staff. Materials include agendas, minutes, reports, conference papers and correspondence. Projects and Publications includes materials regarding the research and grant funded projects supervised by the Personal Assistance Services division of WID and by the RRTC-PAS. Projects and Publications material is arranged chronologically. Documents include reports and publications, surveys and research notes, grant applications and correspondence. Materials in the RRTC-PAS subseries are mainly administrative and include grant applications, reports, subject and correspondence files and are arranged alphabetically. Staff Writings and Publications may include articles written by individuals before they began working for WID. It is arranged alphabetically by the name of the author. Subject and Correspondence Files are arranged alphabetically by subject matter and include correspondence and background materials relating to organizations, issues and policy matters in personal assistance services. They also include information on Simi Litvak's service on President Clinton's Health Care Task Force.
 

ADMINISTRATION, 1984-1995

carton 21, folder 1

Advisory Committee Meeting, 1995

carton 21, folder 2

Attendant Services Network newsletter, 1987-1988

carton 21, folder 3

Attendant Services Project Background, n.d.

carton 21, folder 4

Division Retreat, 1994

carton 21, folder  5-15

General Correspondence, 1984-1993

carton 21, folder 16

Information and Referral Service, 1994-1995

carton 21, folder 17

National Attendant Care Advisory Committee, n.d.

carton 21, folder 18-20

Staff Meetings, 1991-1995

carton 21, folder 21

Task Force, n.d.

carton 21, folder 22

Technical Assistance, 1992

 

MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, 1985-1996

carton 21, folder 23

California Task Force on In Home Supportive Services (IHSS), 1984-1987

carton 21, folder 24

National Attendant Care Symposium, 1985

carton 21, folder 25

In-Home Supportive Services Roundtable, 1987-1989

carton 21, folder 26

Society for Disability Studies, 1988

carton 21, folder 27

ad hoc Alameda County Task Force on PAS, 1989

carton 21, folder 28

New Models for the Provision of PAS, 1990

carton 21, folder 29

Personal Assistance Services Symposium, 1991

carton 21, folder 30-31

Personal Assistance Services: Political and Personal Insights in Developing a National System: Papers, 1991

carton 21, folder 32

Summit Conference on Personal Assistance Services, 1992

carton 21, folder 33-37

Advanced Policy Seminar on Personal Assistance Services, 1994-1996

carton 22, folder 1

Blue Ribbon Panel on Personal Assistance Services, 1997

carton 22, folder 2

Managing Personal Assistance Services workshop, n.d.

 

PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS, 1984-2000

carton 22, folder 3

Attendant Services: Descriptive Analysis of California's In-Home Supportive Services Program, 1984, 1987

carton 22, folder 4-8

Attending to America, 1984-1987

carton 22, folder 9-25

Easter Seal 5 State Study, 1984-1987

 

Personal Assistance for Independent Living

carton 22, folder 26

Attendant Care Symposium, 1985

carton 22, folder 27

Conference, 1987

carton 22, folder 28

Correspondence, 1987

carton 22, folder 29

Interim Report, 1985

carton 22, folder 30

Meetings, 1987-1989

carton 22, folder 31

National Council on the Handicapped: Long Term Care Task Force, 1985-1987

carton 22, folder 32

National Attendant Services Policy, ca. 1985-1989

carton 22, folder 33

National Council on Independent Living Long Term Care Committee, 1987

carton 22, folder 34

Senate Bill, 1989

carton 22, folder 35

Statistical Background, n.d.

carton 22, folder 36

National Resource Center on Attendant Services, n.d.

carton 23, folder 1-11

New Models for the Provision of Personal Assistance Services, 1987-1990

carton 23, folder 12

Measures for Promoting Personal Assistance Services for People with Disabilities: Report to the National Council on the Handicapped, 1988

carton 23, folder 13

Quality in Personal Assistance Services, n.d.

carton 23, folder 14

Towards an Understanding of the Need for Personal Assistance Services, ca. 1988

carton 23, folder 15

The Need for Personal Assistance, ca. 1989-1990

carton 23, folder 16

The Effect of Government Funding Sources on PAS, 1990

carton 23, folder 17-38

Health and Human Services Contract to Study Medicaid-funded Programs under the Personal Care Option, 1990-1991

carton 24, folder 1

Ability Center of Greater Toledo, 1991

carton 24, folder 2

Guide to Policy Action, 1991-1992

carton 24, folder 3-14

European/U.S. PAS Adaptation and Replication Project, 1991-1995

carton 24, folder 15

Empowerment and Independence, 1992

carton 24, folder 16

PAS and ADA Implementation, 1992

carton 24, folder 17

Personal Perspectives on Personal Assistance Services, ca. 1992

carton 24, folder 18

Families of Adults with Disabilities, 1993

carton 24, folder 19

Examining Liability Risks and Options for Individually Provided PAS, 1993-1995

carton 24, folder 20

ADA and PAS, 1994

carton 24, folder 21

Consumer Satisfaction Focus Group Meetings, 1994

carton 24, folder 22

New Models Development Research, 1994

carton 24, folder 23-25

Best Practices, 1994-1995

carton 24, folder 26

New Models for PAS, 1994

carton 24, folder 27

Accuracy and Consistency of the Population of People with Disabilities in the U.S., 1995

carton 24, folder 28

Briefing Book on Adults with Disabilities, 1995

carton 24, folder 29

Empowerment Independent Living Research and Participatory Research, 1995

carton 24, folder 30

Liability Issues Affecting Consumer Directed PAS, 1995

carton 24, folder 31

Exemplary Practices-Cognitive Disabilities, 1996

carton 24, folder 32

Coalition of Texans with Disabilities: Sunset Review, 1997

carton 24, folder 33

Social Security Reform, 1997

carton 24, folder 34

PAS Systems Change: A Workbook for Improving PAS in Your State, 2000

carton 24, folder 35

Descriptive Analysis of the In-Home Supportive Services Program in California, n.d.

carton 24, folder 36

Personal Assistance Services for the Navajo Nation, n.d.

carton 24, folder 37

Policy and Program Issues in Providing PAS, n.d.

carton 24, folder 38

The Provision of High Levels of PAS in the U.S., n.d.

carton 24, folder 39

The Status of PAS in the U.S., n.d.

carton 24, folder 40

Youth in Transition: New Models in Participatory Action Research, n.d.

 

REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER ON PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (RRTC-PAS), 1992-1999

carton 25, folder 1

Advisory Meeting, 1995

carton 25, folder 2

Annotated Resource List of Training Materials for Consumers, n.d.

carton 25, folder 3

Background, n.d.

carton 25, folder 4

Developmental Disabilities, n.d.

carton 25, folder 5-7

Grant Application, 1993

carton 25, folder 8

Grant-Continuation Proposal for Year Two, December 1994-November 1995, 1994

carton 25, folder 9

"Medicaid in the Millennium: an Independent Living Perspective": proposal, 1999

carton 25, folder 10

A New Millenium: A Gathering about Progress, Opportunities and Partnerships, 1999

carton 25, folder 11

Mission Statement, ca. 1993

carton 25, folder 12-13

Monthly Reports, 1985, 1995

carton 25, folder 14

PAS, Readers, and Interpreters as Reasonable Accommodation at the Workplace, n.d.

carton 25, folder 15

Peer Review Site Visit

carton 25, folder 16

Product List, 1993-1996

carton 25, folder 17

Staff Meetings, 1996

carton 25, folder 18

Structure and Utilization of the Existing Public PAS System: Orientation Session for Staff, 1994

carton 25, folder 19

"Training" Definition, 1992-1993

carton 25, folder 20

University Affiliation, n.d.

 

STAFF WRITINGS AND PUBLICATIONS, 1992-1995

carton 25, folder 21

Doe, Tanis, 1995

carton 25, folder 22

Egley, Lance, n.d.

carton 25, folder 23

Kennedy, Jae, 1993-1997

carton 25, folder 24

Litvak, Simi, 1992-1995

carton 25, folder 25

Mwinyipembe, Msindo, n.d.

carton 25, folder 26

Zukas, Hale, n.d.

 

SUBJECT AND CORRESPONDENCE FILES, 1988-1997

carton 25, folder 27-28

Administration on Developmental Disabilities, 1988-1994

carton 25, folder 29

Alameda County, 1992

carton 25, folder 30

Alameda County Long Term Care Planning Council, 1992

carton 25, folder 31

Alameda County Task Force On In Home Supportive Services, 1991-1992

carton 25, folder 32

Alliance for Self-Determination, 1999

carton 25, folder 33

American Association of Retired Persons, 1992-1993

carton 25, folder 34

American Disabled for Assistance Programs Today (ADAPT), 1992

carton 25, folder 35

American Indian Advisory Committee, 1994-1995

carton 25, folder 36

American Public Health Association, 1993-1995

carton 25, folder 37

American Society on Aging, 1990-1994

carton 25, folder 38

Assistive Technology: California Health Security Act, 1993

carton 25, folder 39

Attendent Services Network, 1988-1989

carton 25, folder 40

California Coalition for In-Home Supportive Services, n.d.

carton 25, folder 41

California Disability Summit: Cash and Counciling Proposition, 1993-1995

carton 25, folder 42

California Health Plan, 1994

carton 25, folder 43

California In Home Supportive Services: AB 3238, 1990

carton 25, folder 44

California In-Home Supportive Services: Cuts, 1991-1992

carton 25, folder 45

California In-Home Supportive Services Coalition, 1992

carton 25, folder 46

California In-Home Supportive Services: Legislative Analysis, 1991-1992

carton 26, folder 1

California In-Home Supportive Services: Senate Bill 376, 1990

carton 26, folder 2

California In-Home Supportive Services: Senate Bill 2868, 1990

carton 26, folder 3

California In-Home Supportive Services State Plan Amendment, 1992

carton 26, folder 4

California Long Term Care Task Force, n.d.

carton 26, folder 5

Clinton Health Care Plan, 1993

carton 26, folder 6

Community Supported Living Arrangements Evaluation Design Team, 1993

carton 26, folder 7

Conflict Resolution, 1989

carton 26, folder 8

Connelly Bill (AB 2440), 1989

carton 26, folder 9-11

Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities, 1991-1994

carton 26, folder 12

The Cross-Disability Qualification, 1996

carton 26, folder 13

Dart, Justin: Disability and Employment, 1988-1996

carton 26, folder 14

Disability and Health Care Reform - Georgia Long Term Care Meeting, 1989-1996

carton 26, folder 15

Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association, n.d.

carton 26, folder 16

Facilitating Consumer-Directed Personal Care Assistance Project, 1995

carton 26, folder 17

Fact Sheets, 1992, n.d.

carton 26, folder 18

Federal Employees Compensation Act, 1990

carton 26, folder 19

Gerontological Society of America, 1991-1996

carton 26, folder 20

Grey Panthers: Health Care Reform, 1988-1994

carton 26, folder 21

Health Care Financing Administration, 1988

carton 26, folder 22

Health Care for All - Iowa Personal Assistance Services, 1993-1997

carton 26, folder 23-25

Health Care Reform Organizing, 1993-1994

carton 26, folder 26

Liability Issues, 1986-1993

carton 26, folder 27

IHSS Consumer Advocate Meetings, 1994

carton 26, folder 28

In Home Supportive Services Legislation, 1984-1988

carton 26, folder 29

Legislation, 1987-1990

carton 26, folder 30-31

Long Term Care, 1999

carton 26, folder 32

Long Term Care '88 Coalition, 1988

carton 26, folder 33

Long Term Care: Melcher/Banker Bill, 1988

carton 26, folder 34

Long Term Care: The Pepper Bill, 1987-1988

carton 26, folder 35

Long Term Care Policy Agenda for California, 1989

carton 26, folder 36

Long Term Care: Villers, AARP Bill, 1987-1988

carton 27, folder 1

Magaziner, Ira C., 1991-1996

carton 27, folder 2-3

Medicare & Medicaid, 1995

carton 27, folder 4

National Association of Rehabilitation Facilities - National Health Policy Forum, 1991-1993

carton 27, folder 5

National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers, 1990-1992

carton 27, folder 6

National Association of RRTC: Executive Committee, 1995-1996

carton 27, folder 7

National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers: Meeting Minutes, 1991-1992

carton 27, folder 8

National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers: Subcommittee on Research Ramifications of Consumer Involvement, 1991

carton 27, folder 9

National Association of State Units on Aging, 1993-1995

carton 27, folder 10

National Conference on Attendant Care, 1986-1995

carton 27, folder 11-12

National Council on the Aging, 1991-1996

carton 27, folder 13

National Council on the Aging-Grant, 1995

carton 27, folder 14-16

National Council on Disability, 1986-1996

carton 27, folder 17

National Council on Disability: Social Security Meeting, 1997

carton 27, folder 18

National Council on Independent Living, 1990-1992

carton 27, folder 19

National Council on Independent Living, 1995-1996

carton 27, folder 20

National Council on Independent Living: Social Security Reform, 1997

carton 27, folder 21

National Council on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, 1993-1996

carton 28, folder 1-15

National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, 1991-1997

carton 28, folder 16

National Rehabilitation Hospital, 1996

carton 28, folder 17

OBRA Legislation, 1993

carton 28, folder 18

Office of Technology Assessment: Participatory Action Research, 1993-1995

carton 28, folder 19

Oregon Long Term Care, 1986-1990

carton 28, folder 20

The Pepper Commission, 1990

carton 28, folder 21

Peer Review, n.d.

carton 28, folder 22-23

Personal Assistance for Independent Living Act, 1989-1990

carton 28, folder 24

Personal Assistance Services Symposium, Atlanta, 1994, n.d.

carton 28, folder 25

PAS Watch, n.d.

carton 28, folder 26

President's Task Force on PAS, 1992-1995

carton 28, folder 27

Petris, Nicholas: Residential Care Facilities, 1989-1993

carton 28, folder 28

Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 1990-1991

carton 28, folder 29

Rehabilitation Act: WID Position Paper, 1991

carton 28, folder 30

Resolution on Personal Assistance Services, 1991

carton 29, folder 1-2

Retirement Research Foundation, 1993-1996

carton 29, folder 3-4

Society for Disability Studies, 1988-1996

carton 29, folder 5

State of States in Long Term Services

carton 29, folder 6

Statewide Independent Living Council, 1995-1996

carton 29, folder 7

Stribling Amendment - Tampa Conference, 1991-1993

carton 29, folder 8

The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps (TASH) - Technical Assistance, 1992

carton 29, folder 9

Technology Dependent Children - Toll Gate 5, 1989-1994

carton 29, folder 10

Unionization of Attendants, n.d.

carton 29, folder 11

United Seniors' Health Cooperative - University Affiliated Projects, 1994

carton 29, folder 12

University of CA - Visiting Nurses Association, 1992-1996

carton 29, folder 13

Ventilator Dependency, 1989

carton 29, folder 14

Wellstone Bill - Women's Economic Agenda Project, 1992-1993

Cartons 29-32

SERIES 11: REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER ON PUBLIC POLICY IN INDEPENDENT LIVING (RRTC-PPIL) & INDEPENDENT LIVING AND DISABILITY POLICY (RRTC-ILDP), 1989-1998

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically, chronologically and alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further subdivided into two subseries: Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Public Policy in Independent Living (RRTC-PPIL) and Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Independent Living and Disability Policy (RRTC-ILDP). The RRTC-ILDP is a continuation of the RRTC-PPIL. In 1995 WID was awarded a new grant by the National Institute for Disability Research and Rehabilitation, but changed the name of the center. There is some overlap between the projects of the two centers, but wherever possible they have been separated.
Records of the RRTC-PPIL are arranged into two subseries: Administration and Projects and Publications and Research. Administration contains the administrative records of the unit including correspondence, division reports and meeting records, arranged alphabetically. Projects, Publications and Research is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by the title of the project or publication. Documents include reports and publications, surveys and research notes, grant applications and correspondence.
Records of the RRTC-ILDP are arranged into three subseries: Administration, Projects, Publications and Research and University of California, Berkeley Disability Studies. Administration contains the administrative records of the unit including correspondence, division reports and meeting records, arranged alphabetically. Projects, Publications and Research is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by the title of the project or publication. Documents include reports and publications, surveys and research notes, grant applications and correspondence. University of California, Berkeley Disability Studies are arranged chronologically and illustrate the involvement of staff at WID in the development of Disability Studies courses at UC Berkeley and their role as teachers in classes taught in the program. The RRTC-ILDP was also involved in the establishment of the Ed Roberts Graduate and Post-graduate Fellowships at UC Berkeley.
 

REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER ON PUBLIC POLICY IN INDEPENDENT LIVING, 1989-1995

 

Administration, 1989-1995

carton 29, folder 15

Background, 1989-1990

carton 29, folder 16

Five-year Plan, 1995

carton 29, folder 17

Grant Application, 1989

 

Meeting records

carton 29, folder 18-19

Advisory Committee, 1991-1992

carton 29, folder 20-21

Executive Committee, 1991-1993

carton 29, folder 22-24

Staff, 1991-1995

carton 29, folder 25

Mission Statement, n.d.

carton 29, folder 26

NIDRR: Final Report, 1995

carton 29, folder 27

NIDRR: Long Range Planning, 1991

carton 29, folder 28

Personal Assistance Services meeting, 1990

carton 29, folder 29

Planning Meeting, 1989

carton 29, folder 30-32

Progress Reports and Continuation Applications, 1991-1994

carton 29, folder 33

Research Planning, 1989-1990

carton 29, folder 34

Undergraduate Traineeships, 1991

carton 29, folder 35

WID TRAINS memo, 1991

 

Projects, Publications, and Research, 1990-1995

carton 30, folder 1

Outcomes: List of dissemination and products, 1990-1994

carton 30, folder 2

Accessible Housing Institute, 1991

carton 30, folder 3

"A Brief Summary of Disability Legislation in the USA", 1991

carton 30, folder 4

"Case Studies of Six State Personal Assistance Programs Funded by the Medicaid Personal Care Option", 1991

carton 30, folder 5

"Creating a Disability Mythology", 1991

carton 30, folder 6

"A Disabled Woman's Reflections: Myths and Realities of Integration", 1991

carton 30, folder 7

Enabling Empowerment and Employment, 1991

carton 30, folder 8

"Independent Living and Community Life: Building Coalitions among Elders, People with Disabilities and Their Allies", 1991

carton 30, folder 9

Peer Support Forum, 1991

carton 30, folder 10

"Personal Assistance Services: A Guide to Policy and Action", 1991

carton 30, folder 11-12

"Personal Assistance Services: Political and Personal Insights in Developing a National System", 1991

carton 30, folder 13-14

"Policy Issues Affecting the Medicaid Personal Care Services Optional Benefit", 1991

carton 30, folder 15

The Sociology of Disability: a University of California, Berkeley class, 1991

carton 30, folder 16

Personal Assistance Services Organizational Needs Assessment, 1992

carton 30, folder 17

"Personal Perspectives on Personal Assistance Services", 1992

carton 30, folder 18

"Putting Research to Work for the Realization of the Goals of the Americans with Disabilities Act", 1992

carton 30, folder 19

Technical Assistance in Personal Assistance Services, 1992

carton 30, folder 20

Disability Policy Curriculum Guide, 1992-1993

carton 30, folder 21

Dole Foundation: Americans with Disabilities Act, 1992-1993

carton 30, folder 22

"A Case Study of Participatory Action Research: the PAS Research and Policy Agenda at WID", 1993

carton 30, folder 23

Disability, Sustainability & Public Health: Three Movements for Community Change, 1993

carton 30, folder 24

"Health Professionals' Attitudes Toward Persons with Disabiities, 1993

carton 30, folder 25

"Independent Living and Personal Assistance Services: The Research, Training and Technical Assistance Programs at WID", 1993

carton 30, folder 26

"An Independent Living Approach to Disability Policy Studies", ca. 1993

carton 30, folder 27

International Healthy Cities Conference, 1993

carton 30, folder 28

"Personal Assistance Services in Europe and North America: Report of a National Symposium", 1993

carton 30, folder 29

School to Work project, 1993-1994

carton 30, folder 30-34

Community Assessment and Change and the Community Yardstick, 1993-1996

carton 31, folder 1-6

Community Assessment and Change and the Community Yardstick, 1993-1996

carton 31, folder 7

"The Cost of Program Models Providing Personal Assistance Services for Independent Living", 1994

carton 31, folder 8

Disability Policy Research Brief, 1994

carton 31, folder 9

Family Case Studies, ca. 1994

carton 31, folder 10

Field-initiated Competition, 1994

carton 31, folder 11

Participatory Action Research: Exemplary Project Nominations, 1994

carton 31, folder 12

"Participatory Action Research: Serving Diversity Through Independent Living Centers", 1994

carton 31, folder 13

"Program Models Providing Personal Assistance for Independent Living", 1994

carton 31, folder 14

Spinal Cord Injury Project, 1994

carton 31, folder 15-16

Americorps, 1994-1995

carton 31, folder 17

Leadership and Peer Support in the Independent Living Movement, ca. 1994-1995

carton 31, folder 18

A Briefing Book on Adults with Disabilities, 1995

carton 31, folder 19

"Chartbook on Independent Living Centers and Title VII of the Rehabilitation Act" (draft), 1995

carton 31, folder 20

"The Cost of a National System of Personal Assistance Services", ca. 1995

carton 31, folder 21

Examining the Impact on Post-secondary Students of 3 Disability Studies Paradigms, 1995

carton 31, folder 22-24

Foreign Policy and Disability, 1995

carton 31, folder 25

Women with Disabilities, 1995

carton 31, folder 26

"The Provision of High Levels of Personal Assistance Services in the United States", n.d.

 

REHABILITATION RESEARCH AND TRAINING CENTER ON INDEPENDENT LIVING AND DISABILITY POLICY, 1995-1999

 

Administration, 1995-1997

carton 31, folder 27-28

Advisory Committee, 1995

carton 31, folder 29

Background, ca. 1995

carton 31, folder 30

Briefing Notes, 1996, n.d.

carton 31, folder 31

Collaborators, 1995-1996

carton 31, folder 32

Contracts, 1995

carton 32, folder 1-2

Expert Panel, 1996

carton 32, folder 3-5

Grant Application, 1995

carton 32, folder 6

Grant Performance Report, 1996

carton 32, folder 7

Meeting Records, 1995-1996

carton 32, folder 8

NIDRR Trip Report, 1995

carton 32, folder 9

Personal Assistance Services, 1997

carton 32, folder 10

Quarterly and Progress Reports, 1996

carton 32, folder 11

Strategic Planning, 1995

carton 32, folder 12

Year End Status Reports, 1996

 

Projects, Publications and Research, 1994-1999

carton 32, folder 13

Overview, ca. 1996

carton 32, folder 14-22

National Return to Work Forum, 1995-1996

carton 32, folder 23

Disability, Research and Society Course, 1996

carton 32, folder 24

Participatory Action Research, 1996

carton 32, folder 25

Technology Trials in Schools, 1996

carton 32, folder 26

"Urban Cities and the Politics of Disability", 1996

carton 32, folder 27

"Job Search for Women with Disabilities", 1997

carton 32, folder 28

"New Directions in Health Care and Independent Living" (draft), 1997

carton 32, folder 29

Vocational Rehabilitation and Independent Living, 1997

carton 32, folder 30

"Case Studies of Successful Employment of People with Disabilities", n.d.

 

University of California, Berkeley Disability Studies, 1994-1999

carton 32, folder 31-32

Ed Roberts Fellowship, 1994-1995

carton 32, folder 33

Disability Studies Degree Program: Background Paper, 1995

carton 32, folder 34

Disability Studies Handbook, 1995-1997

carton 32, folder 35

Disability Research and Society: UCB School of Public Health Seminar, 1996-1999

carton 32, folder 36

Disability Policy Class Proposal, 1997-1998

carton 32, folder 37

Disability Studies through Distance Learning Proposal, 1998

Cartons 33-38

SERIES 12: TECHNOLOGY POLICY, 1988-1999

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically, chronologically and alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series is further subdivided into five subseries: Administration, Telecommunications, WID Net, Technology Projects and Publications, and Subject and Correspondence Files.
Administration contains the administrative records of the unit including correspondence, newsletters, planning records and meeting records, arranged alphabetically.
Telecommunications is the largest subseries and was an important focus of the Technology Policy Division. It has been arranged into three sub subseries: Blue Ribbon Panel Project (BRP), Projects and Subject and Correspondence Files. The Blue Ribbon Panel was a group of telecommunications industry leaders convened by WID to create a public policy agenda that would give people with disabilities access to the information age. The BRP conducted regional trainings all over the United States from the years 1992-1995. BRP records include reports, correspondence, administrative records, publications and materials regarding the regional training sessions, such as agendas and transcripts. The records are arranged alphabetically.
Projects are research and publications specifically on the subject of telecommunications. These records include grant applications, reports, research and publications and are arranged chronologically. Subject and Correspondence files include information regarding advocacy by WID on national and local policy and legislation in the area of telecommunications. WID was active in lobbying for legislation and pursuing litigation to improve telecommunications access for the disabled. Materials include correspondence, legal documents and reports.
WIDNet was a unique international electronic communications system that focused on disability policy. Materials relating to WIDNet include brochures and publications, administrative materials, meeting records and correspondence, arranged in alphabetical order.
Technology Projects and Publications includes materials on research and other projects on the subject of assistive technology. There is some overlap between this subseries and Telecommunications Projects, but the projects documented in this subseries cover a broader range of technology subjects, including universal design and the information infrastructure. Subject and Correspondence Files cover a broad range of public policy issues and national organizations and include correspondence, publications and information on different industries and advocacy groups. They are arranged alphabetically by subject.
 

ADMINISTRATION, 1988-1999

carton 33, folder 1-2

Correspondence, 1988-1995

carton 33, folder 3

Open Line Newsletter, 1999

carton 33, folder 4

Planning, 1996

carton 33, folder 5

Staff Meetings, 1994-1995

carton 33, folder 6

Strategic Plan, 1998

carton 33, folder 7

Support Letters and Proposed Subcontracts, 1993-1994

carton 33, folder 8

Work Plan, 1997-1998

 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS, 1989-1999

 

Blue Ribbon Panel Project, 1990-1994

carton 33, folder 9

Blue Ribbon Panel News, 1992-1993

carton 33, folder 10

"Building the Framework:" The Second Report of the Blue Ribbon Panel, 1994

carton 33, folder 11

Correspondence, 1990-1993

carton 33, folder 12

Fundraising, 1990-1994

carton 33, folder 13-16

General, n.d.

carton 33, folder 17

"Laying the Foundation:" Report on the First Year of the Blue Ribbon Panel, 1992

carton 33, folder 18-19

National Leadership Conference on Disability and Telecommunications Policy, 1994

carton 33, folder 20-21

National Project on Telecommunications Policy Briefing Materials, 1990

carton 33, folder 22

Planning, 1991

carton 33, folder 23

Press and Public Relations, 1990-1991

carton 33, folder 24

Project Reports, 1990-1991

carton 33, folder 25

Regional Training Correspondence, 1992

 

Regional Training Session on Telecommunications Policy

carton 33, folder 26-27

St. Paul, Minnesota, 1992

carton 33, folder 28-29

Anaheim, California, 1993

carton 34, folder 1-2

Boston, Massachusetts, 1993

carton 34, folder 3

New Jersey, 1993

carton 34, folder 4-5

St. Louis, Missouri, 1993

carton 34, folder 6

Chicago, Illinois, 1994

carton 34, folder 7

Orlando, Florida, 1994

carton 34, folder 8

Northern Virginia, 1995

carton 34, folder 9

Videoconference on National Telecommunications Policy, 1991

 

Projects, 1989-1999

carton 34, folder 10-14

Telecommunications Education Trust, 1989-1993

carton 34, folder 15

The Americans with Disabilities Act and Telecommunications, 1991

carton 34, folder 16-18

National Project on Telecommunications Policy, 1991

carton 34, folder 19

Cellular One: Enable Link, 1991-1992

carton 34, folder 20-26

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Universal Telecommunications Access, n.d.

carton 34, folder 27-31

Telecommunications Problems and Design Strategies for People with Cognitive Disabilities, 1998-1999

carton 35, folder 1

"Consumers with Disabilities Going Wireless" Video Script, 1999

 

Subject and Correspondence Files, 1989-1999

carton 35, folder 2

AT&T Joint Council on the Universal Availability of Emerging Technology, 1995

carton 35, folder 3

Annenberg Report, 1992-1993

carton 35, folder 4

Bell Atlantic, 1989-1992

carton 35, folder 5-9

Companies, n.d.

carton 35, folder 10

Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities: Telecommunications Task Force, 1993-1994

carton 35, folder 11-14

Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Programs, 1988-1994

 

Federal Communications Commission

carton 35, folder 15

Hundt, Reed, 1995-1998

carton 35, folder 16

Nynex Filings, 1991-1993

carton 35, folder 17

Personal Communications Services, 1993-1995

carton 35, folder 18

Telecommunications Act of 1996, 1991

carton 35, folder 19

Testimony, 1991

carton 35, folder 20

Federal Public Policy, 1989-1990

carton 35, folder 21

Federal Reform Legislation, 1995

carton 35, folder 22

Markey Bill, 1993-1994

carton 35, folder 23

Miscellaneous, 1990-1994

 

Pacific Bell

carton 35, folder 24

Advisory Group for People with Disabilities, 1997

carton 35, folder 25

Personal Communication Services Task Force, 1996-1998

carton 35, folder 26-27

Telecommunication Consumers Advisory Panel, 1998-1999

carton 36, folder 1

Salt Lake City Conference, 1990

carton 36, folder 2

Senate Bill 600 Task Force, 1994-1995

carton 36, folder 3

Slattery Bill, 1992-1993

carton 36, folder 4

Telecommunications Access Advisory Committee, 1996-1997

carton 36, folder 5

Telecommunications Education Trust, 1993

carton 36, folder 6

Telecommuting, 1990-1993

carton 36, folder 7-10

Tele-Consumer Hotline, 1989-1993

 

WIDNET, 1991-1994

carton 36, folder 11

Background, 1991-1992

carton 36, folder 12

"A Beginner's Guide to WIDNET: the Disability Policy Network", 1993

carton 36, folder 13

Brochures, n.d.

carton 36, folder 14-15

Business Advisory Council, 1992-1993

carton 36, folder 16

Business Plan, 1992

carton 36, folder 17

DELPHI I: General Videotex Corporation, 1992

carton 36, folder 18

Forums, n.d.

carton 36, folder 19-20

Fundraising, 1992-1994

carton 36, folder 21-22

Marketing, 1992-1993

carton 36, folder 23

National Council on Independent Living, 1992, n.d.

carton 36, folder 24

Planning, 1992-1994

carton 36, folder 25-31

Universal Access Project, n.d.

 

PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS, 1994-1999

carton 37, folder 1-8

Universal Access Project, 1994-1996

carton 37, folder 9

Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change, 1995

carton 37, folder 10

Consumer Education materials, 1996

carton 37, folder 11

Info Ramps: A National Conference on Designing and Using an Accessible Information Infrastructure, 1995-1996

carton 37, folder 12

West Contra Costa Schools Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Consortium, ca. 1997

carton 37, folder 13

Nynex Universal Design Principles market research study, 1997-1998

carton 37, folder 14-25

Internet Access Training, 1997-1999

carton 37, folder 26

Assistive Technology Access in California, 1998

carton 37, folder 27

Community Technology Foundation focus groups, 1999

carton 37, folder 28

"The Foundation for Life: Technology and People with Disabilities", n.d.

 

SUBJECT FILES, 1989-1999

carton 37, folder 29-36

Alliance for Public Technology, n.d.

carton 38, folder 1

American Society on Aging Think Tank on Assistive Technology, 1993-1994

carton 38, folder 2

Bay Area Open Access Coalition, 1999

carton 38, folder 3

California Foundation on the Environment and the Economy, 1991-1993

carton 38, folder 4

California Governor's Committee for Employment of Disabled Persons, 1990, n.d.

carton 38, folder 5

California Women's Law Center, 1992

carton 38, folder 6-7

Conferences, 1991-1994

carton 38, folder 8

Consumer Federation of America, 1990-1992

carton 38, folder 9

Consumers, 1989-1990

carton 38, folder 10

Disability Access to Electronic Office Equipment, 1991, n.d.

carton 38, folder 11

Equipment Standardization Advisory Committee, 1989

carton 38, folder 12

Foundation on Economic Trends, 1989-1991

carton 38, folder 13

GTE Foundation, 1995

carton 38, folder 14

Hearing AID Compatibility Rules, 1993

carton 38, folder 15-17

Industry, 1988-1993

carton 38, folder 18

Information Superhighway

carton 38, folder 19

International, 1993-1995

carton 38, folder 20

Lifelong Learners, 1995-1996

carton 38, folder 21

McCaw Cellular Communications, Inc., 1992

carton 38, folder 22

Microsoft, 1993-1994

carton 38, folder 23

National Engineering Consortium, 1993, n.d.

carton 38, folder 24

National Infostructure Campaign Application Awards, 1994-1995

carton 38, folder 25

National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, 1990

carton 38, folder 26

Pacific Bell disability issues, 1990-1994

carton 38, folder 27

Pacific Telesis Group: "Snip Off" Proposal, 1993-1994

carton 38, folder 28

Pacific Telesis Southwestern Bell merger, 1996

carton 38, folder 29

President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, 1989-1991

carton 38, folder 30-32

Public Utilities Commission, 1989-1994

carton 38, folder 33

Section 508 Watch, 1992

carton 38, folder 35

Trace Research Center, 1991-1993

carton 38, folder 36

Universal Network Accessibility Study, 1991-1992

carton 38, folder 37

White House Conference on Library and Information Services, 1991