Press ReleasesSearch Nebraska DHHS: Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities: Products & Resources Page Content Home Council Meetings State Council Members Subaward Information Subrecipients Products & Resources State Plan Annual Report DD Network Partners Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities Products & Resources Listed below are products and resources developed through subaward funding provided by the Nebraska Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities. (All outside links open in a new browser window.) Juvenile Justice Brain Injury and Cognitive Disability Task Force Final Report 2018.pdf The Autism Women's Network girl's anthology "What Every Autistic Girl Wishes her Parents Knew" https://autisticgirls.com/ Family Supports Project Report 5-14.pdf The Arc of Nebraska Family Support Report.pdf Use of Restraints and Psychoactive Medications Report 2012 Community Supports November 2010 Community Supports Program (CSP) Provider Training Study Community Supports February 2010 Community Supports Program (CSP) Study Ready, Set, Go! (en Espanol)Ready, Set, Go! is a web-based series of materials and resources to assist young adults with developmental disabilities in making decisions about supports as they move from high school to adult life. People First of Nebraska resources include: Disability Etiquette for Businesses Disability Advocacy Poster Series Other Resources Nebraska Resources: The Arc of Nebraska Assistive Technology Partnership DHHS Division of Developmental Disabilities Nebraska Department of Education - Transition Nebraska Legislature Online Nebraska Ticket to Work Parent Training and Information Nebraska People First of Nebraska National Resources: Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD) Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities Disability Scoop National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD) RespectAbility Self Advocates Becoming Empowered U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Documents in PDF format require the use of Adobe Acrobat Readerwhich can be downloaded for free from Adobe Systems, Inc.