ICI publications by Quinn Barbour

Press Release: Ashley Wolfe Receives the 2011 Research in Action Award

The Arc of the United States has awarded Ashley Wolfe with the 2011 Research in Action award (9/2011)

Press Release: Governor Patrick Announces Funding for Regional Collaboratives

On June 25, 2009, Governor Patrick announced a grant, from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), of up to $2.5 million to develop five Regional Employment Collaboratives under Work Without Limits: A Massachusetts Disability Initiative. The Work Without Limits initiative is a partnership of the Institute for Community Inclusion at UMass Boston, the Center for Health Care Policy at UMass Medical School, and the Commonwealth’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services. (6/2009)

Press Release: National Service Inclusion Project Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Grant

The National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP) at the Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) and the University of Massachusetts Boston has been awarded a five-year grant. The grant will continue the relationship between NSIP, the Corporation for National and Community Service Programs (the Corporation), the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), the National Down Syndrome Congress, the National Council on Independent Living (NCIL), the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), and the 67 University Centers for Excellence on Disability (UCEDs). (11/2008)

Press Release: Institute for Community Inclusion Hosts Boston Premiere of Including Samuel

For over 30 years, the Institute for Community Inclusion's (ICI) mission has been about promoting inclusion and access for all people, with and without disabilities. Alongside our partners - families, schools, communities, and others - we advocate for personal choice, self-determination, and justice. The ICI invites you to the Boston premiere of Including Samuel, a film exemplifying our mission. (12/2007)

Press Release: New Report from ICI on Routes to Employment in US and UK - Strategies to Improve Integrated Service Delivery

In the United States and the United Kingdom there are large numbers of working age people with disabilities who are not working and claiming benefits: 10.6 million in the US and 2.64 million in the UK. This report has identified strategies that Public Employment Services activities in both the US and the UK have used in delivering services in a way that meets the more complex employment support needs of people with disabilities within systems designed for the “universal” job seeker as well as investigating how effective these strategies are in reaching that goal. (6/2009)

ICI: promoting inclusion for people with disabilities