National Rehabilitation Information Center's (NARIC) Information for the Public: Publications

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National Rehabilitation Information Center's (NARIC) Information for the Public: Publications

Description

The National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) provides many publications produced by staff members or by other National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) grantees intended for use by the public.

Publications from this tool are organized as follows:

  • RehabWire: A semi-monthly newsletter featuring NIDRR research projects and documents on specific topics
  • NARIC information brochures: 10 free brochures listing librarian-selected agencies, organizations, and online resources for:
    • Advocacy
    • Mental health
    • Assistive technology
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Children with special needs
    • Stroke
    • Education
    • Traumatic brain injury
    • Employment
    • Universal design
  • Choosing a High-Quality Medical Rehabilitation Program: A National Rehabilitation Hospital Field Guide for People with Disabilities: This free consumer guide can help helps users find the right program for their families
  • Panel summary reports of NIDRR’s annual portfolio assessment expert reviews for employment, technology, and health and function
  • reSearch: A semi-monthly collection of research reviews on select topics
  • NARIC’s publications list and order form for brochures, statistical reports, and other publications available from NARIC

Developer:

National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; National Rehabilitation Information Center

Funding Sources:

National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; National Rehabilitation Information Center

History

Release Date: 2005
Review Date: 2006
Recent Summary: March 2008
Original Summary: March 2007
Last Updated: 02/20/13

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