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Publications: Fact Sheets, Infographics, Booklets, Etc.

These publications are all posted in PDF format. For alternate formats, please contact us at rtcil@ku.edu.

          - Community Living and Participation Research

          - Health Care for People with Disabilities

          - ADA Accommodations Training

          - Weight Loss

          - Emergency Preparedness

          - Kansas Data

Community Living and Participation Research

Findings from the Research and Training Center (RTC) on Community Living and the RTC on Measurement and Interdependence in Community Living.

- Developing a Health Promotion Assistance Tool

- Development and Testing of an Informal PA Training Program

- Home Usability for People with Disabilities

- Community Engagement Initiative Knowledge Translation (KT) Project

- Building Capacity for Full Community Participation

- Multiple Chronic Health Conditions (Analysis of Secondary Data)

  • Infographic: Multiple Chronic Conditions Among People with Disabilities
  • Fact sheet: Multiple Chronic Conditions Among People with Disabilities
  • Poster: Multiple Chronic Conditions and Health Disparities among People with Disabilities Compared to People without Disabilities

- Parking Equity

  • Fact Sheet: Encouraging Reservation of Van-Designated Spaces for Lift- or Ramp-Equipped Van Users
  • Brochure: Accessible Parking Etiquette: Honor the Aisles!

- Does VR Effectively Support Community Living? (Analysis of Secondary Data)

- Tools to Identify and Measure Disability Population Segments

  • Poster: What We Can Learn about Individuals with IDD from Medicaid Claims Data
  • Fact Sheet: Ways to Improve Health and Reduce Costs for Adults with Physical Disabilities or Cognitive Limitations
  • Poster: A Model Assessment for Surveillance of Disease Prevalence and Monitoring Cost Utility and Health Outcomes of Individuals with Physical Disabilities Served by HCBS Waivers
  • Fact Sheet: Preventive Screening Improvements Needed for People with Physical Disabilities
  • Poster: Preventive Screening and Preventive Health Care Utilization Patterns of Individuals with Disabilities Supported by Home and Community Based Waiver Services in Kansas
  • Fact Sheet: Comparing Diabetes Rates among Adults with Cognitive Limitations to Adults with No Disabilities in the U.S.
  • Poster: Diabetes among Adults with Cognitive Limitations Compared to Individuals with No Disabilities in the United States
  • Fact Sheet: The Intersection of Disability and Chronic Disease

- HCBS Waiver: Economic Utility and Related Health Outcomes

  • Fact Sheet: HCBS Waiver: Does It Contain Costs and Improve Health Outcomes?
  • Resource Guide: Cancer Prevention for People with Disabilities

- Consumer Training for Employing Personal Assistants

  • Fact Sheet: Using Consumer Training to Enhance Community Participation

- The Effect of CIL Services on Community Participation

  • Fact Sheet: Which Center for Independent Living Services Improve Community Participation?
  • Fact Sheet: CIL Services that Improve Community Participation: Comparing the U.S., Japan and South Korea

- Measurement Systems of Person x Environment Interactions

  • Fact Sheet: New Measures for Assessing Community Participation

Health Care for People with Disabilities

ADA Accommodations Training

Poster: The Accommodations Model: A new tool for empowering students to request reasonable accommodations

Weight Loss

Poster: Weight Loss Intervention for Adults with Physical Disabilities

Emergency Preparedness

Poster: Best Practices to Level the Playing Field for People with Disabilities in Disasters

Kansas Data

Data Inventory on the Employment and Health of Kansans with Disabilities - This tool was developed to assist researchers who use Medicaid and disability data.

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