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1969 May

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics newsletter

Massachusetts - Contains news, meeting minutes, and resources for members of MAP. This issue includes information on MAP proposing a change in the rehabilitation system in Massachusetts, reports from the regular meeting of the Worcester chapter of MAP, the Worcester Bowling Banquet, Maine Wheelchair Games, the Bay State Wheelchair Games, and MAP Awards Banquet. There is also a list of proposals made by MAP which are ... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1970 Feb. 22

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics board of directors meeting

Massachusetts - Topics discussed include discontinuing a subscription to the Newsclip Service, plans for the MAP annual banquet, MAP as sponsor of the Bay State Wheelchair Games and the committees established for the games, and MAP as an affiliate chapter of the National Paraplegia Foundation.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1967

Ott, Robert F.

Public welfare for people in Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Describes public welfare programs in Massachusetts, including old age assistance, disability assistance, aid to families with dependent children, medical assistance, and general relief. There are details for how to apply for assistance and the eligibility requirements for the various programs.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1970

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics by-laws

Massachusetts - Outlining the purposes, duties and responsibilities of the officers, types of membership, and rules on meetings and committees for MAP. There is a handwritten note from Bob on the first page which reads: "David asked me to send this to you."

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1992 June

Bartels, Elmer C.

Vocational rehabilitation services Massachusetts and national data on clients served, cost, and benefits

Massachusetts - Includes references for data provided, assumption about the data, and trends in vocational rehabilitation services from fiscal year 1988 to 1991. There is data on how many applicants and clients were services on a national and state level in rehabilitation services, the funding those services receive, as well as information on closure data for clients and social security clients. There are demographic... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1985

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

Partners, consumers, and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

Massachusetts - Describing the way the MRC reaches out to consumers of services for input in policy-making. Staff of the divisions of the MRC meet regularly with clients to see their advice. There is a brief description of the groups the MRC meets with.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1988

Rehab ripples Spring

Massachusetts - Contains information and news regarding the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. This issue includes letters from MRC clients, awards and recognitions received by MRC employees and appointments to positions, retirement announcements, and a personal recollection of two MRC employees who have passed away.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1985

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

Principles of operation

Massachusetts - Contains the mission and philosophy of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, including how the organization serves people, the services they provide, their accountability to the public, and philosophy towards agency staff.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1990

Elmer C. Bartels and Michael S. Dukakis

Massachusetts - Elmer C. Bartels seated in his wheelchair with Governor Michael S. Dukakis. There is a note from Dukakis written on the photograph.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1974 Jan. 19

Bartels, Elmer C.

Handicapped students on the college campus

Massachusetts - Discussing the formation of the Inter-Campus Committee for Handicapped Students, which identified problems in the form of architectural barriers on campus and lack of services, equipment, meaningful counseling, or assistance for people with physical disabilities on campus. Bartels also says that Boston University and the Massachusetts Bay Community College have coordinators for students with disabilit... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers