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1970 Nov. 3

Durot, Marcel C.

Memorandum from Marcel C. Durot to Elmer C. Bartels and David Barrie

Report of a meeting at which it was agreed that a recognized medical group as a sponsor is necessary to "establish a coordinating function for the development of a spinal cord injury system" as based on the study by Graham Sharman and Kenneth Owen. The system needs to be financed by the federal government. The group is looking into working with the Tri-State Medical Program in Boston.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1992 Jan. 24

Bartels, Elmer C.

Memorandum from Elmer C. Bartels to interested parties

Boston (Mass.) - Concerning the waiting list for the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission's Vocational Rehabilitation Program. The waiting list is for paid services directly funded by MRC. Bartels explains that MRC is ahead on spending for the financial year and states the additional amount of funds needed to serve clients in their delivery system. Chart with annual statistics and expenditures for the Vocational Re... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1992 Jan. 8

Bartels, Elmer C.

Memorandum from Elmer C. Bartels to MRC VR client services manual holders

Massachusetts - Regarding an expansion of guidelines in using the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Vocational Rehabilitation program related to use of comparable benefits and best practices.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1992 Jan. 8

Bartels, Elmer C.

Memorandum from Elmer C. Bartels to MRC VR client service manual holders

Massachusetts - Regarding a guideline which explains the priorities for receiving paid services when the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Vocational Rehabilitation program is in a waiting list for paid services.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1992 Jan. 7

Bartels, Elmer C.

Memorandum from Elmer C. Bartels to David P. Forsberg

Boston (Mass.) - Bartels says that adequate Purchase of Service (POS) money is not available to meet the needs of the clients in the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission's Vocational Rehabilitation Program. Bartels asks Forsberg if there is any possibility of obtaining addition state funds in order to serve these clients.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers