California's Lanterman Act 45 Years Later: A Study of Service Recipients' and Providers' Experiences with the Law's Legacies
Caster Family Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research, The Nonprofit Institute, University of San Diego
The California Disability Services Association (CDSA), an association of community-based nonprofit and for-profit organizations that provide assistance to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, decided in 2013 that it was time to take a close-up look at the impact of the legislation 45 years after the act became law. It collaborated with the University of San Diego’s Caster Family Center for Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research (the Caster Center) to conduct a focus group study exploring perceptions of, and experiences with, disability services in California.
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