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Research

Personal Assistance Services

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Nosek, M. A., Foley, C. C. (1995). Personal assistance: A key to employability for persons with physical disabilities. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, 6 (5), 1-9.

Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A. (1993). Personal Assistance Services: The hub of the policy wheel for community integration of people with severe disabilities. Policies Studies Journal, 21 (4), 789-800.

Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J., Rintala, D. H., Hart, K. A., (1993). The use of personal assistance services by persons with spinal cord injury. J. of Disability Policy Studies, 4 (1), 89-103.

Nosek, M. A., (1993). Personal assistance services for persons with mental illness and mental retardation. Chiteki Shogaishya ya seishin shogaishyaeno personal assistance services. Current Study of Rehabilitation, 22 (4), 27-32.

Nosek, M. A., (1993a). The effect of personal assistance on the long term health of a rehabilitation population. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 74, 127-32.

Nosek, M. A. (1992). The personal assistance dilemma for people with disabilities living in rural areas. Rural Special Education Quarterly 11 (1), 36-40.

Nosek, M. A. (1991). Relationships between personal assistance and productivity among Japanese adults with severe physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 35 (2), 105-18.

Nosek, M. A. (1991). Personal assistance services: A review of literature and analysis of policy implications. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 2 (2), 1-17.

Nosek, M. A. (1990). Personal assistance: Key to employability of persons with physical disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 21 (4), 3-8.

Nosek, M. A. (1986). Attendant services. In National Council on Disability. Toward independence: An assessment of Federal laws and programs affecting persons with disabilities - with legislative recommendations: Appendices. (pp. 1-129). National Council on the Handicapped, Washington, DC.