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1970

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Proposed amendments to the Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics, inc. by-laws

Massachusetts - Articles amended include the purpose of the organization, information regarding officers of local chapters, and the duties of the secretary. The sections on purpose includes information on providing housing for elderly persons and people with disabilities with housing and services designed to meet their needs.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1967 Aug. 10

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Worcester (Mass.) - Describing a regular meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter. Topics include radio outreach, increased membership, architectural barriers and a visit from Mr. Bruce Daskowski who described the 3M Company's Community Business Services Associates Program; a business specifically designed for people with physical disabilities.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1968 Nov. 11

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Worcester (Mass.) - Describing a meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter. Discussing committee reports on architectural barriers, employment, recreation and legislation.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1968

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Worcester (Mass.) - Discussing the second meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter. Topics include membership, outreach, communication with various state departments and organizations and the early stages of a localized architectural barriers program.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1967 Oct. 3

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Worcester (Mass.) - Describing a meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter for which guests were invited to discuss employment of people with physical disabilities during "Employ the Handicapped Week." Edward Connelly of the Massachusetts Employment Service cited statistics and discussed the efforts and results of his office. Membership solicitation is also discussed.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1967 May 17

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Describing a meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter. Discussing internal elections of officers, by-law definition and the status of architectural barrier projects in the city.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1967 Nov. 3

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

MAP Worcester minutes

Worcester (Mass.) - Describing a meeting of MAP's Worcester chapter. Discussing fund raising efforts, membership, the MAP-Easter Seal Architectural Barriers project and an upcoming Christmas party.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1975 Mar.

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics, Inc.

A resource guide for the disabled of Massachusetts

Massachusetts - Providing information concerning services available for people with disabilities in Massachusetts and especially the services available to people who have a spinal cord injury. The booklet is divided into three topics: services, equipment, and published material. Each topic is further divided into several sections. Services include information on architectural barriers, housing, drivers with disabilit... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1970

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Building plans of the Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Massachusetts - Briefly detailing the goal of MAP to construct suitable housing for people with physical disabilities. The association divides people with disabilities into those who are independent, those who cannot work in the community but could under sheltered area conditions, and those who need attendant care. The main goal is to make proper housing available in proper sites, as there are none available in Massa... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1969

Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics

Summary of Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics activities

Massachusetts - Providing summaries of the activities of the various committees of MAP from July 1968 to June 1969. The architectural barriers committee promotes awareness of issues with accessibility. The education committee discusses a study done by the United Community Services of Greater Boston which stated that the needs of students with disabilities were being essentially met in the state. The housing committee... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers