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Product Information Person-Centered Supports -- How Do States Make Them Work?

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This report is a summary of an evaluation of person-centered practices in four leading states. You can download it as a PDF.

 Author(s): Valerie J. Bradley, Gary Smith, Sarah Taub, Minona Heaviland

Published in:2002

 Geographic Area Served: Everywhere, Connecticut, Kansas, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Product information last verified: 6/9/2016
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