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1969 June 17

Massachusetts Council of Organizations of the Handicapped

Massachusetts Council of Organizations of the Handicapped June meeting

Boston (Mass.) - Describing the discussed topics including housing, employment opportunities through TORCH and updates on Medicaid.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1969 Sept. 9

Bartels, Elmer C.

Letter from Elmer C. Bartels to Harold Russell

Concerning the difficulties people with disabilities in the United States face in obtaining health and life insurance, with available insurance having a prohibitive premium or policies which do not cover difficulties from an existing disability. Bartels believes if the insurance industry took the time to investigate the field, they would see that people with disabilities would not be an undue liabilit... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

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

1971 Jan. 20

Giraud, Daniel S.

Letter from Daniel S. Giraud to Elmer C. Bartels

Chesterland (Ohio) - Giraud, a paraplegic from California, asks Bartels for information regarding regulations of the Medical Assistance Program and the Aid for the Totally Disabled Program in Massachusetts. He became a paraplegic while "submitting to radical surgery to help correct a deformed spine." He would like an evaluation of his condition to be done by Dr. England at Massachusetts General Hospital, but requires havi... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1972

O'Brien, Thomas C.

Proposal of office for the physically handicapped

Bedford (Mass.) - Describing the purpose, definitions, objectives, and functions, and staffing of an office for people with physical disabilities, with the main goal that the office "act as the chief planning and coordinating group" for facilitating services for people with disabilities.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1972 Mar. 2

Remmes, Harold S.

Letter from Harold S. Remmes to Governor Sargent

Waltham (Mass.) - Expressing disappointment with the Governor's decision not to re-appoint Commissioner John S. Levis of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. Nominating Elmer C. Bartels as a possible replacement if the Governor's decision is irreversible.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1973 Mar. 7

Mudd, Merle W.

Letter from Merle W. Mudd to Harold S. Remmes

Somerville (Mass.) - Acknowledging receipt of Remmes' letter and inviting him and Elmer Bartels to attend the Emergency Services conference and make their concerns known during a discussion period.

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

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.

An open letter to vocational rehabilitation program staff

Boston (Mass.) - Regarding the establishment of a waiting list for funded vocational rehabilitation services through the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission. Bartels says they will continue to serve clients with services which are basic to the rehabilitation process.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers