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Help in finding references to magazines, newsletters, journals, and other periodicals about the most current issues regarding quality of life and person-centered services. Links to full-text versions of significant articles from the most recent editions of these publications are also available.

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Managed by: Rachael A. Zubal-Ruggieri (razubal@syr.edu) of Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University

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Books, Publications & Reports (printed and/or online) (34 Products)
Electronic Media (9 Products)
Organizations, Programs, and Projects (2 Products)
Other (1 Products)

Books, Publications & Reports (printed and/or online)
This newsletter had articles and updates on work being done by the Research and Training Center on aging with Developmental Disabilities. It was published from 2004-2009.
Abilities: Canada's Lifestyle Magazine for People with Disabilities
A quarterly magazine featuring many empowering and interesting articles for people with disabilities. It has many articles for families.
ABILITY Magazine
This popular magazine has articles relating to health, disability and human potential.
Access Press
Access Press is a monthly newspaper especially for people with disabilities who live in Minnesota. All issues can be read online.
Aging, Mental Retardation and Physical Fitness
This is a fact sheet on what physical fitness is and how it relates to older people with developmental disabilities.
Apostrophe is a quarterly magazine that publishes stories by, about and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This magazine highlights the abilities and talents of people with disabilities.
Autism and Asperger's Digest Magazine
This magazine has articles about the lives of people who have Autism or Asperger's Syndrome. Its target audiences are parents and professionals.
Biding time: Can Maine shorten its waitlists for disabled residents seeking support services?
This newspaper article describes the need for more home and community-based service openings for people with disabilities living in Maine.
Celebrate Diverse ABILITIES
A newsletter with stories of people with disabilities and events in British Columbia, Canada. You can read it online.
This quarterly magazine has many stories and articles to support self-advocates and family advocates.
This is a web-based news magazine published by the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living
Disabilities Studies Quarterly
This is the first journal in the field of Disability Studies.You can view all articles online for free.
Disability Justice and Spirituality
This special edition issue from Tikkun Magazine is about theological views of disability and justice.
Enabling Safe Evacuations
This web article has tips for employers and building managers on emergency preparedness and safe evacuation planning for people with disabilities.
Exceptional Parent Magazine
A monthly magazine devoted to parents and professionals involved in the care of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Frontline Initiative
This newsletter is the official publication of The National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals (NADSP).
This periodic e-newsletter shares information about spirituality and persons with developmental disabilities.
A newsletter with articles on research, current trends in services, and success stories. Each issue has a specific focus area important to persons with disabilities.
Impact: Feature Issue on Stories of Advocacy, Stories of Change From People with Disabilities, Their Families, and Allies
This newsletter has eleven stories that show how systems change has come about through advocacy by people with disabilities and their allies. It is available both online and as a print publication.
Job Training & Placement Report
A monthly newsletter for professionals who provide support for employment
Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability
This Australian, academic journal publishes current research and opinions on positive changes to the quality of life for people with intellectual disabilities.
Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities
This peer-reviewed research journal publishes original research related to mental health and psychopathology in persons with intellectual disabilities.
Journal of Religion, Disability, and Health
This academic, interfaith journal sharing many different ideas about spirituality and disability.
Opening Doors - A Housing Publication for the Disability Community
"Opening Doors" is a quarterly monograph on issues in housing for people with disabilities.
This is an online magazine focused on innovation and excellence in management and leadership.
Quality Employment Services: Will you know it when you see it?
This web-based document helps families in evaluating employment services.
Ragged Edge Online
This was a radical, bimonthly magazine about disability issues. The magazine is no longer in print, but back issues of the magazine are available for purchase.
SB Insights
This e-zine has many interesting articles for and about people who have spina bifida.
TBI Today
A quarterly, online newsletter with articles related to Traumatic Brain Injury.
The CAPstone
This is an e-newsletter distributed by The Council on Quality and Leadership (CQL)
The International Journal of Disability, Community and Rehabilitation (IJDCR)
This online journal publishes research articles from around the world on the issues of people with disabilities. Anyone can read the articles online for free.
The Riot! The Best of Relationships & Romance
The Riot! is a newsletter for self-advocates. This edition brings together the best articles on relationships and romance from its first ten years.
Transition Magazine
This online magazine covers topics important to the disability community. Each issue is centered around a specific topic.
Understanding Mental Illness
This is a brightly colored, easy-to-read brochure that tells about mental illness.
Electronic Media (Videos, CDs, T.V., Radio, Websites, etc.)
This is a monthly e-newsletter that provides short, timely descriptions of news and issues in developmental disabilities from the recent past.
AUCD Legislative News In Brief
In Brief provides a weekly federal legislative update on issues important to people with disabilities and their families. The publication focuses on AUCD's legislative goals developed by the association.
Breaking Ground
This newsletter shares information about developmental disability service issues for people who live in Tennessee.
A website with many articles about employment and people with disabilities. The articles take on challenging issues like enforcing the ADA and disability stereotypes.
Inclusion (Journal)
This online journal has articles about including people with disabilities in community life.
Inclusion Daily Express
This is a daily online news service that provides information about disability rights, self-determination, and community inclusion. Anyone can subscribe and stay informed through daily emails.
Rooted in Rights
On this website, you’ll find news stories from around the web on the rights of people with disabilities. There are also original op-eds, videos, graphics, educational resources and more.
The Riot!
The Riot! is an electronic newsletter for “self-advocates.” A self-advocate is someone who has a disability and speaks up for themselves.
UCP Washington Watch
A weekly newsletter that provides the latest news on disability policy from Washington.
Organizations, Programs, and Projects
Breaking Ground
This newsletter shares information about developmental disability service issues for people who live in Tennessee.
The Future of Children: Special Education for Students with Disabilities
"The Future of Children" is an initiative that disseminates timely information on major issues related to children’s well-being through a journal and other publications.
Life With Trig: Sarah Palin on Raising a Special-Needs Child
Sarah Palin wrote a short article about life with her son Trig, who has Down syndrome.

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