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The Center on Human Policy at Syracuse University has long been a leader in the movement to assure people who have intellectual disabilities are respected members of their communities. This webpage shares short summaries of many papers and reports prepared by Center staff between the years 1989-2007, and in most cases, includes a hot link to the paper itself. Many of these papers are classics, they called for an end to institutions and proposed recommendations for the community-based system of supports we continue to strive for today. They are authored by giants in the field who have been affiliated with this Center, including Steven Taylor, Robert Bogdan, Pam Walker, and John O'Brien and Connie Lyle-O'Brien.

The second section of this webpage provides links to the websites of the many organizations around the United States and beyond who have partnered with the Center on Human Policy in their work, and/or promote and support the notion that people with all types of disabilities ought to be included in all aspects of community life. This list also includes links to many helpful websites.
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This web site is maintained by the Research and Training Center on Community Living with support from the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services, the Human Services Research Institute and the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. E-mail weste050@umn.edu.
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