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Support for the development of this web site has been made possible by the grant to Cornell University from the U.S. Department of Education Rehabilitation Services Administration, for a long-term training grant for centers for Independent Living Management Personnel (Grant No. H129M70002). Both the comprehensive paper and much of the material in the on-line policy primer have been developed by staff of the Lewin Group, Gina Livermore, David C. Wittenburg, Mike Fishman, Vincente Allen. The project director is Susanne Bruyère, Ph. D., CRC.

Summaries of the census population survey data provided under our U.S. Disability statistics has been compiled by Andrew Houtenville of the Employment and Disability Institute at Cornell University.

Both of these efforts were funded by a grant to Cornell University from the U.S. Department of Education National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research for a Rehabilitation, Research and Training Center for Economic Research on Employment Policy for Persons with Disabilities (Grant No. H133B980038)

The site itself was built by Hill Bobrow and completed by Andreas Udby, both of the Employment and Disability Institute at Cornell University.