Publications include tip sheets, books, brochures, newsletters, and more available through the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center and its affiliates.
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Breaking Ground is a publication of the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities. It features updates on the Council and its initiatives, current State happenings in policy and program development, and personal stories by and about Tennesseans with disabilities.
Policy issue fact sheets for the 2011 Disability Policy Seminar are now available on the event's website. Topics include health care reform, employment, education, housing, autism, and many more.
The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center's quarterly 12-page newsletter.
Printable resources pertaining to employment of individuals with disabilities.
These resources provide information related to health and development issues experienced by individuals with disabilities and their families.
The stories in these collections were compiled by students enrolled in a Vanderbilt University course on Families. This course provides an introduction to the field of family studies, with special attention paid to families that include children and adults with disabilities.
Printable resources pertaining to the LEND Training Program.
Printable brochures and resources for the Next Steps at Vanderbilt postsecondary education program.
A printable guide with key VKC contacts and phone numbers.
These resources, translated into Spanish, provide information related to issues experienced by individuals with disabilities and their families.
Applications and materials for Vanderbilt Kennedy Center summer programs, camps and community activities.
Printable resources pertaining to Tennessee Disability Pathfinder services.
Tip sheets are tools for individuals and families with and without disabilities, service providers, students and trainees, and anyone interested in learning more about disabilities and disability-related topics.
Printable resources pertaining to UCEDD programs.