Department of Health and Human Services

HHS/CDC Section 508 Support

Through a subcontract with Carter Consulting, Inc., New Editions provides Section 508 technical support to HHS’s Office of the Secretary and CDC staff. Our support includes Help Desk operations, Section 508 Compliance Assessments, Technical Assistance and document remediation. New Editions staff responds to Section 508 queries related to applicable provisions, acquisition language, accessible application development and process, and VPATs.

Rural Housing Toolkit - Money Follows the Person (MFP)

Money Follows the Person (MFP) Demonstration projects across the country say that the biggest obstacle to successful transition is the lack of affordable, accessible housing. When someone chooses to use self determination to return home to a tiny community out in the middle of nowhere, the problem can seem exponentially more difficult. Coupled with lack of housing, there is typically a lack of formal services and limited (if any) public transportation.

Peer Reviewer Orientation Module

Online orientation training module developed by New Editions for peer reviewers for the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The module was developed to assist individuals with understanding their responsibility and role in reviewing materials submitted by grantees of NIDILRR's various grants.

Participation in Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: A Review of the Literature 2001 – 2010

Co-authored by Dr. Christine Domzal of New Editions, this article reviews the literature from 2001-2010 on participation in postsecondary education by students with intellectual disabilities. The review addresses program design and implementation and describes services across state, regional, and national levels. Little research on participant outcomes was identified. Recommendations for next steps are provided.

Participation in Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: A Review of the Literature 2001 – 2010

Co-authored by Dr. Christine Domzal of New Editions, this article reviews the literature from 2001-2010 on participation in postsecondary education by students with intellectual disabilities. The review addresses program design and implementation and describes services across state, regional, and national levels. Little research on participant outcomes was identified. Recommendations for next steps are provided.