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Based on its research and other activities, Center faculty, staff and students publish books, articles, chapters and reviews and distribute research and policy papers, bulletins, fact sheets, information packages and other materials. Topics include disability law and policy, clinical legal education, educational programs and policy, institutional life, inclusive community life (home, school, employment and friendships), the life experiences of people with disabilities, and a variety of other issues. Prominent periodicals are also edited by Center faculty, staff and students.
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Center on Human Policy Publications

Throughout its long history, the Center on Human Policy has been a strong voice for the full inclusion of people with disabilities in the community. With the distribution of its publications, the Center has always had a goal to improve society's literacy about disabilities by demonstrating that the greatest obstacles faced by people with disabilities are societally imposed.

Through its funded projects, the Center distributes bulletins, research reports, journal articles, information packages, and other materials on a broad range of topics related to integration or inclusion for people with disabilities (our "Community Integration Report Series"), primarily concerning those who have been labeled with cognitive disabilities. These resources have been prepared by Center staff and associates, including Responsive Systems Associates (John O'Brien and Connie Lyle O'Brien).Label Jars Not People Image

Through the Human Policy Press, the Center distributes posters, classic books, t-shirts, buttons and other novelty items that promote positive attitudes towards people with disabilities.

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Early Childhood Direction Center Publications
The Mid-State Early Childhood Direction Center (ECDC) distributes booklets, bulletins, checklists, and other resources primarily concerning the inclusion of children with special needs birth to five. 

image of the cover for "Autism and the Myth of the Person Alone" by Doug BiklenInstitute on Communication and Inclusion Publications 

Formerly the Facilitated Communication Institute, a major focus of the ICI is public education and dissemination of current research and resources related to communication, disability and inclusion. Faculty, staff of the institute and authors worldwide have produced articles, books, videos and training manuals that share best practices in facilitated communication and illustrate how alternative forms of communication have opened doors for greater opportunity for individuals who type to communicate and their families.

Image of SUPAC June 2010 NewsletterSyracuse University Parent Advocacy Center (SUPAC) Resources

The Syracuse University Parent Advocacy Center (SUPAC) is a university-based center in New York State that brings together faculty, students, and staff with members of the local community to provide parents of children with disabilities information, training, expertise, and support necessary to promote meaningful involvement in their children’s education. SUPAC is funded by a grant from Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities (VESID), New York State Department of Education  SUPAC distributes Parent Advocacy Handouts as well as a newsletter on a variety of topics of interest to parents of children with disabilities.