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How should we shape future public policies and services with persons with disabilities?

Article by Fred R. McFarlane, Frederic K. Schroeder, and Manuel Enriquez

Introduction by Fred R. McFarlane

Last summer when we had the two cohorts meet with staff in the House and Senate and meet with the multiple consumer and advocacy organizations.  It stimulated discussions among the three of us.  Therefore, over the last nine months we have been working on a paper that can be used for discussion purposes, shaping the public policies in your organizations and reflect on the public policies that are being proposed in the Senate and the House.

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