Medicaid and the Mentally Retarded: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, September 30, 1988, Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Health and the Environment
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Halaman 262 - ... disabled individuals, whose income and resources are insufficient to meet the costs of necessary medical services, and (2) rehabilitation and other services to help such families and individuals attain or retain capability for independence or self-care...
Halaman 256 - We thank the Subcommittee for this opportunity to express the views of the Coalition to Keep Alaska Oil. The membership of our Coalition, which is listed in an attachment to this statement , is broad-based . We are composed of consumer , labor , industry and agricultural organizations, each of whom strongly supports an extension of the current restrictions on the export of...
Halaman 227 - ... necessary. In any event, I want to assure you that our Association remains ready to assist Subcommittee members and staff in finding appropriate means of addressing these problems. Indeed, we already have shared with the Subcommittee's staff an extensive list of suggestions for improving the bill. On behalf of the Association, I want to express to the Subcommittee my appreciation for this opportunity to offer our organization's views concerning the important legislation you are now considering....
Halaman 221 - cartel" which is already in the formative stage is a step in the right direction, but it does not go far enough, nor is it broad enough in scope.
Halaman 285 - My husband did counsel his employer not to subject Robert to the same type of case load that he had prior to the accident. Over the next six months it became apparent to Robert's employer that he was having great difficulty fulfilling his responsibilities. Be received psychological counseling after his return to work, but his performance continued to deteriorate, not only on the job but with his personal life. In August of 1981, his employer unilaterally transferred him to their Washington, OC office,...
Halaman 29 - ... have found, by every scientific design and test available to us, that people who have gone to CLAs are better off in this regard. They have made more progress than similar people still at Pennhurst, and more than they themselves made during their prior time at Pennhurst. These Pennhurst Page 4 people have become more able to do things for themselves, rather than having things done for them. "Adaptive behavior" is a general term for this facet of independent functioning.
Halaman 33 - It is also important to note that we have observed an unusual community placement process, in that SIX of the people who have Moved to CLAs are labeled "severely" or "profoundly
Halaman 285 - We did counsel his employer not to subject Robert to the same type of case load that he had previous to the accident. Over the next six months it became apparent to Robert's employer that he was having difficulties in dealing with clients and fulfilling his responsibilities, although Robert would never admit it. He received psychological counseling after his return to work but his performance continued to deteriorate, not only on the job, but also with his two roommates.