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Birth Control (Models)

• Jackson, Jim. (1993). ConDude: Condom Education Kit. Jim Jackson & Company. Birth Control (Videos)
• Brick, Peggy. (1995). Condom Talk. Planned Parenthood of New Jersey. Caregiver AbuseDisabilities (Books)
• National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. (Undated). Personal Assistance Service Providers Abuse of Women with Disabilities. 
• Roeher Institute. (1995). Speaking Out Against Abuse in Institutions. Caregiver Issues (Booklets)
• AARP. (1999). Solving Nursing Home Problems: A Guide for Families. 
• Close, Christina. (Undated). Forgotten Victims: Attendant Abuse of People with Disabilities. Disabled Persons Protection Commission. 
• Cranston, Ron. (1997). Recruitment, Retention and Training: A Five Year Feasibility Follow-up. Coalition of Texans with Disabilities. 
• Grigg, Barbara. (1992). How to Hire In-Home Care Workers. A Guide for Seniors, Their Families, and Others with Special needs in San Luis Obispo County. Area Agency on Aging, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. 
• IndependenceFirst. (Undated). Policy and Procedures for Addressing Abuse Issues with Consumers. Caregiver Issues (Books)
• Casebolt, Gordon, and Gilson, Stephen French. (2000). Managing Personal Assistants: A Consumer Guide. Paralyzed Veterans of America. 
• Dietz, Steven & Hicks, M. Jane Parker, MD. (1992). Take These Broken Wings and Learn to Fly : The Support Book for Patients, Family & Friends Living with AIDS. Harbringer House. 
• Garfield, Charles. (1995). Sometimes My Heart Goes Numb : Love and Caregiving in a Time of AIDS. Jossey Bass Publishers. 
Hitchens, Neal. (1992). Voices that Care: Stories and Encouragements for People with HIV/AIDS and Those Who Love Them. Fireside. 
• Miller, James E. (1996). The Caregiver’s Book. Willowgreen. 
• National Family Caregivers Association. (1996). The Resourceful Caregiver. Mosby Lifeline. 
• Nosek, Margaret A., Ph. D. (1985). Expanding Attendant Care Options for Disabled Texans: A Source Book. Independent Living Research Utilization Project. 
• Portnoy, Dennis. (1996). Overextended and Undernourished: Self-Care for People in Helping Roles. Johnson Institute. 
• Price, June. (1998). Avoiding Attendants from Hell. Science & Humanities Press. 
• Strong, Marlene. (1997). Caregiver Abuse and Domestic Violence in the Lives of Women with Disabilities. Berkeley Planning Associates. 
• Wilner, Mary Ann, and Wyatt, Ann. (1999). Paraprofessionals on the Front Lines: Improving Their Jobs — Improving the Quality of Long-term Care. Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (2 copies).

Caregiver Issues (Curricula)

• Townsley, Ruth, Howarth, Joyce, Le Grys, Pete & Macadam, Margaret. (1997). Getting Involved with Choosing Staff: A Resource Pack for Supporters, Trainers and Staff Working with People Who Have Developmental Disabilities. High Tide Press. Caregiver Issues (Videos)
• Miller, James E. (1993). The Grit and Grace of Being a Caregiver. Willowgreen. 
• Program Development Associates. (1993). Caring for the Caregiver. Child Abuse/Neglect (Books)
• Children’s Trust Fund of Texas. 1999 Directory of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Programs and Family PRIDE Councils. 
• Children’s Trust Fund of Texas. (1999). Community Based Solutions for Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect in Texas. 
• Davis, Tamara S., Haynes, Dennis T., Casey, Kathleen, and Yoo, Seo-Koo. (2001). Evaluating Child Abuse Prevention Programs: A Resource Guidebook for Service Providers. 
• Monteleone, James A. (1996). Recognition of Child Abuse for the Mandated Reporter. G.W. Medical Publishing, Inc. 
• Peterson, Marilyn Strachan & Urquiza, Anthony J. (1993). The Role of Mental Health Professionals in the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse & Neglect. US Dept. of Health & Human Services. 
• Snook, Crystal. (1979). The Listen Kids in STOP, GO SO-SO. Project Listen. 
• Struck, Linda M. (1999). Abuse and Neglect of Children with Disabilities. Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Social Services, Child Protective Services (2 copies). 
• Teske, Raymond. (1996). Child Abuse and Neglect: Texans' Attitudes and Experiences 1996. Children's Trust Fund of Texas. Child Abuse/Neglect (Curricula)
Steinberg, Mary A., and Hylton, Judith R. (1998). Responding to Maltreatment of Children with Disabilities: A Trainer's Guide. Oregon Health Sciences University.

Child Abuse/Neglect (Videos)



• British Columbia Institute Against Family Violence. (1999). The Person Within: Preventing Abuse of Children and Young People with Disabilities. 
• Morales, Dan. (1997). What Can We Do About Child Abuse? Office of the Attorney General. Criminal Justice (Booklets)
• Committee on Law and Justice. (2001). Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities Report of a Workshop. National Research Council. 
• Debbaudt, Dennis. (1999). Avoiding Unfortunate Situations. Autism Society of North Carolina 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2002). First Response to Victims of Crime Who Have a Disability. U.S. Department of Justice. 
• Petersilia, Joan R. (2001). Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities A Review Essay. Sage Publications. 
• Texas Young Lawyers Association. (1996). Legal Choices for Victims of Domestic Violence. State Bar of Texas. Criminal Justice (Books)
• California Alliance for the Mentally Ill. (1995). Community Encounters A Co-Training Effort: Families and Law Enforcement Part IV. CAMI. 
• California Alliance for the Mentally Ill. (1994). Mental Illness Parts I, II, & III A Co-Training Effort: Families & Law Enforcement. CAMI. 
• Courselle, Diane, Watt, Mark, and Sheen, Donna. (2001). Suspects, Defendants, and Offenders with Mental Retardation in Wyoming. Wyoming Law Review. 
• Crawford, Cameron. (1993). Answering the Call: Police Response to Family & Caregiver Violence Against People w/Disabilities. Roeher Institute. 
• Crime Victim Clearinghouse. (1997). Victim Assistance Resource DirectoryTexas. Texas Department of Criminal Justice. 
• Crnich, Joseph. (1992). Shifting the Burden of Truth. Recollex Publishing. 
• Feustel, Joyce. (1991). At Greater Risk: Legal Issues in Sexual Abuse of Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities. 
• Holstrom & Burgess. (1978). The Victim of Rape. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 
• Marge, Dorothy K. (2003). A Call to Action: Ending Crimes of Violence Against Children and Adults with Disabilities. SUNY Upstate Medical University. 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2000). First Response to Victims of Crime: A Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers on How to Approach and Help. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2000). Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities: Meet Us Where We Are. U.S. Department of Justice. 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2000). Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities: The Time is Now. U.S. Department of Justice. 
• Russell, Diana. (1976). Crimes Against Women: Proceedings of the International Tribunal. Les Femmes. 
• US Department of Justice. (1998). A Guide to Disability Rights Laws. (3 copies). Criminal Justice (Curricula)
• Frantz, Beverly, Ace, Kelly, and Nowell, Nancy. (1998, 2000). Partners in Justice II. A Working Conference on Supporting Crime Victims with Developmental Disabilities. The Institute on Disabilities, Temple University. 
• Hutchinson MacLean Productions. (1999). Admissible in Court: Interviewing Witnesses Who Live with Disabilities (Video and Manual). 
• Louis, Donald R. & Resendiz, Rosalva. (1997). Sensitizing Police Officers to Persons with Developmental Disabilities. University of North Texas Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work & Addictions. Criminal Justice (Videos)
• California Alliance for the Mentally Ill. (1995). Community Encounters A Co-Training Effort: Families and Law Enforcement Part IV. CAMI. 
• California Alliance for the Mentally Ill. (1994). Mental Illness Parts I, II, & III A Co-Training Effort: Families & Law Enforcement. CAMI. 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2000). Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities: Meet Us Where We Are. U.S. Department of Justice. 
• Office for Victims of Crime. (2000). Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities: The Time is Now. U.S. Department of Justice.

Disability Issues (Booklets)

• Centers for Disease Control. (1999). Promoting the Health & Wellness of Women with Disabilities Health Liaisons. 
• Civjan, Sheryl. (1998). Working with People with Disabilities: Strategies for Success. SafePlace. 
• Gibson, Pamela Reed. (2002). Understanding and Accommodating People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity in Independent Living. ILRU Bookshelf Series. 
• Lash, Marilyn. (1993). When a Parent has a Brain Injury: Sons and Daughters Speak Out. The Massachusetts Head Injury Association. 
• Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women. (Undated). Deaf Services Manual: A Reference Guide for Service Providers. 
• Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women. (Undated). What is Blindness? 
• Mace, Ronald L., FAIA. (1998). Removing Barriers to Health Care: A Guide for Health Professionals. The Center for Universal Design and The North Carolina Office on Disability and Health. 
• US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. (1992). The Americans with Disabilities Act: Questions and Answers.

Disability Issues (Books)



• Accardo, Pasquale J. MD, and Whitman, Barbara Y. MSW, Ph.D. (1996). Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology. Paul H. Brookes Publishing. 
• AAMR (1999). Consent Handbook for Self-Advocates and Support Staff. 
• Beckman, Paula. (1996). Strategies for Working with Families of Young Children with Disabilities. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Bertling, Tom. (1997). No Dignity for Joshua. Kodiak Media Group. 
• Brownworth, Victoria, and Raffo, Susan (Eds.). (1999). Restricted Access: Lesbians on Disability. Seal Press. 
• Bryan, Willie Va., Ed.D., and Thomas, Charles C. (1999). Multicultural Aspects of Disabilities: A Guide to Understanding and Assisting Minorities in the Rehabilitation Process. University of Oklahoma Health Science Center. 
• Charlton, James. (1998). Nothing About Us Without Us: Disability Oppression and Empowerment. University of California Press. 
• Collins, S. Harold. (1993). Can I Help? Helping the Hearing Impaired in Emergency Situations. Garlic Press. 
• Davis, Bill & Goldband-Schunick, Wendy. (2002). Dangerous Encounters: Avoiding Perilous Situations with Autism. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 
• Debbaudt, Dennis. (2002). Autism, Advocates, and Law Enforcement Professionals. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 
• Department of Justice. (1994). Code of Ethics. Department of Justice. 
• Department of Justice. (1994) Code of Federal Regulations: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability by Public Accommodations and in Commercial Facilities. 
• Disability Rights Advocates. (1999). Forgotten Crimes: The Holocaust and People with Disabilities. 
• Dreidger, Diane, Feika, Irene, and Batres, Eileen Girón (Eds.). (1996). Across Borders: Women with Disabilities Working Together. Gynergy Books. 
• Duncan, Barbara. (1999). Resource Directory: Linking Women with Disabilities to Employment Opportunities and Resources. Rehabilitation International & the World Institute on Disability. 
• Elliott, Stephen. (1991). Social Skills Intervention Guide: Practical Strategies for Social Skills Training. PCI Educational Publishing. 
• Enns, Ruth. (1999). A Voice Unheard: The Latimer Case and People with Disabilities. Fernwood Publishing. 
• Fisher, G., Strauss, S., Cheney, P. and Oleske, J. (1989). Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Victim’s Guide to Understanding, Treating & Coping with this Debilitating Illness. Warner Books, Inc. 
• Gallagher, Hugh Gregory. (1985). FDR's Splendid Deception. Dodd, Mead, and Company. 
• Gething, Lindsay. (1997). Person to Person: A Guide for Professionals Working with People with Disabilities. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Gosselin, Kim. (1996). Taking Seizure Disorders to School. JayJo Books, LLC. 
• Handrich, Rita R., Ph.D. (2000). Managing Mental Illness in the Workplace: A Practical Guide for Supervisors. Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. 
• Hartman, M., and Young, A. (2000). Core Competencies for Practitioners Providing Care to Individuals with Severe Mental Illness. UCLA-RAND NIMH Research Center on Managed Care for Psychiatric Disorders. 
• Hillyer, Barbara. (1993). Feminism and Disability. University of Oklahoma Press. 
• Hollins, Shelia. (1997). Michelle Finds a Voice. Gaskell St. George's Medical School. 
• Hollins, Shelia & Roth, Terry. (1994). Hug Me, Touch Me. St. George's Mental Health Library. 
• Jans, Lita, Ph.D. & Stoddard, Susan, Ph.D. (1999). Chartbook on Women and Disability in the United States. US Department of Education, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. 
• Keith, Lois. (1996). What Happened to You? Writing by Disabled Women. Miramar Communications, Inc. 
• Komlos, Sharon Patyk. (1987). Feel the Laughter. Trillium Press. 
• Kriegsman, Kay H.; Zaslow, Elinor L.; D'Zamura-Rechsteiner, Jennifer. (1992). Taking Charge: Teenagers Talk About Life & Physical Disabilities. Woodbine House. 
• Kron, Audrey. (1996). Meeting the Challenge: Living with Chronic Illness. 
• Lifchez, Raymond. (1997). Design for Independent Living: The Environment and Physically Disabled Persons. The Architectural Press. 
• Linehan, Marsha. (1993). Skills Training Manual for Treating Borderline Personality Disorder. The Guilford Press. 
• Martinez, Gail Rose. (1992). Journey Into Light. A.R.E. Press. 
• Mason, Mary Grimley. (2000). Life Prints: A Memoir of Healing and Discovery. The Feminist Press. 
• Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women. (1988). Disability Awareness Reference Manual. 
• Morris, Jenny (Ed.). (1996). Encounters with Strangers: Feminism and Disability. The major issue confronting feminism today. The Women's Press, Ltd.
• National Association of APS Services Administrators. (1997). APS Compilation of Workload Studies and Caseload Data. Tennessee Department of Human Services. 
• National Association of APS Services Administrators. (1993). National Study of Involuntary Protective Services to APS Clients. Virginia Department of Social Services. 
• National Association of APS Services Administrators. (1991). National Study of Self-Neglecting APS Clients. Virginia Department of Social Services. 
• National Association of APS Services Administrators. (Undated). Report by the Adult Services Task Force on the Perspective of the States on a Federal Adult Protective Services Statute. Alabama Department of Human Resources. 
• O'Day, Bonnie. (2001). Issues in Rural Independence. ILRU Program. 
• O’Rourke, Terrence. (1973). A Basic Course in Manual Communication. National Association of the Deaf. 
• Pittsburgh Employment Conference for Augmented Communicators. (1998). Employment, Independence, Marriage, and Sexuality. 
• Rousso, Harilyn. (1993). Disabled, Female and Proud! Bergin & Garvey. 
• Rousso, Harilyn. (2001). Strong Proud Sisters: Girls and Young Women with Disabilities. Center for Women Policy Studies. 
• Russell, Marta. (1998). Beyond Ramps: Disability at the End of the Social Contract. Common Courage Press. 
• Saldaña, Delia, Ph.D. (1998). Assessing Mental Health Needs in Local Communities. Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. 
• Shaw, Barrett. (1994). The Ragged Edge: The Disability Experience from Pages of the 1st 15 Years of the Disability Rag. The Avocado Press. 
• Snow, Kathie. (2001). Disability is Natural. BraveHeart Press. 
• Solden, Sari, MS, MFCC. (1995). Women with Attention Deficit Disorder. Underwood Books. 
• Taylor, Steven, Bogdan, Robert, Racino, Julie Ann. (1991). Life in the Community. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Texas Commission for the Deaf. (1999). Licensed Interpreter List. 
• Traustadottir, Rannveig. (1990). Women with Disabilities: Issues, Resources, Connections. Center of Human Policy Study, Syracuse University. 
• Travis County Services for the Deaf. (1996). Where Do I Go? Info & Resources. 
• Walker, Lou Ann. (1986). A Loss for Words: The Story of Deafness in a Family. Harper & Row Publishers. 
• Waxman Fiduccia, Barbara & Wolf, Leslie R., Ph.D. (1999). Women and Girls with Disabilities: Defining the Issues, An Overview. Center for Women Policy Studies. 
• Willmuth, Mary. (1993). Women with Disabilities: Found Voices. Haworth Press. 
• Whitman, Barbara. (1990). When a Parent is Mentally Retarded. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Zola, Irving Kenneth. (1982). Missing Pieces: A Chronicle of Living with a Disability. Temple University Press. Disability Issues (Curricula)
• Back to Life. (1998). Breaking the Cycle. 
• Champagne, Marklyn. (1996). Circles: Stop Abuse (Video). James Stanfield Company. 
• Downer, Ann. (1990). Being with People: Being with Friends (Video). James Stanfield Company. 
• Escamilla, Anna G. (2000). Anger Management for Juveniles Curriculum. The University of Texas at Austin. 
• Escamilla, Anna G. (2001). Leadership Agent Teams Curriculum. The University of Texas at Austin. (2 copies). 
• Los Angeles Regional Family Planning Council. (1995). The Accessible Clinic: ADA Accessibility Guide for Existing Family Planning Clinics (Manual and Slides). 
• McClennan, Sandra. (1980). Social Skills for Adults with Severe Retardation. PCI Educational Publishing. 
• Smith, Jerry. (1996). Tools for Change: Self Advocacy: Freedom, Equality & Justice for All. Program Development Associates. 
• Ward, Irene. (1994). The Ten Commandments of Communicating w/People w/Disabilities. Program Development Associates.

Disability Issues (Videos)

• Brodie, James. (1996). The Road You Take is Yours. James Brodie Productions, Inc. 
• Center for Battered Women. (Date Unknown). Video for Hearing Impaired/Deaf Women. 
• Ellis, Ron. (1980). Board & Care. Pyramid Film & Videos. 
• Garbus, Liz. (1999). Different Moms. Moxie Firecracker Films. 
• HealthPartners. (Date Unknown). Domestic Violence: How to Ask and What to Say. 
• Kunc, Norman & Van der Klift, Emma. (1995). Un Credo de Apoyo. Axis Consultation & Training Limited. 
• Kunc, Norman & Van der Klift, Emma. (1995). A Credo for Support. Axis Consultation & Training Limited. 
• Program Development Associates. (1997). Disability Issues Series: Just Friends. 
• Program Development Associates. (1999). Finding a Way 
• Program Development Associates. (1993). A Video Guide to (Dis)Ability Awareness (cc). 
• Snow, Kathie. (2001). Disability is Natural. BraveHeart Press. 
• Tuccelli, Michael, Dr. (1995). Coffee Break Sign Language Lessons w/Dr. Sign, Lessons 1-5. Florida First Coast Signing Video Productions. 
• Tuccelli, Michael, Dr. (1995). Coffee Break Sign Language Lessons w/Dr. Sign, Lessons 6-10. 
• Tuccelli, Michael, Dr. (Date Unknown). Conceptual Accuracy in Idioms. 
• Tuccelli, Michael, Dr. (1995). Deaf Culture: What's Wrong and Right! 
• Tuccelli, Michael, Dr. (Date Unknown). On Fire with Classifiers. 
• White House Conference on Mental Health (2 Videos). (1999). Texas Rehabilitation Commission. 
• YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities. (2000). Coping: Helping People with DD Better Cope with Their Daily Problems.

Disability Issues: Parenting (Booklets)

• Arc of the United States. (1990). You and Your Baby. 
• Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services. (Undated). Raising Happy Children: A Deaf Parent's Guidebook. 
• Bauld, Jane. (1999). Never, Ever Shake a Baby. Any Baby Can. Disability Issues: Parenting (Books)
• Arc of Texas. (1997). ¡Que Buena IDEA! El manual para padres y estudiantes acera de los Servicios de Educación Especial en Texas. 
• Arc of Texas. (1999). What a Good IDEA! The Manual for Parents and Students about Special Education Services in Texas 
• Baladerian, Nora. (1993). Abuse of Children and Adults with Disabilities: Guidebook for Parents. Disability, Abuse & Personal Rights Project. 
• Centre for Independent Living. (1999). The Parenting Book for Persons with a Disability: From Planning Your Family to Raising Adolescents. 
• Friedrichs, Terry, Ph.D. (2001). Distinguishing Characteristics of Gifted Students with Disabilities. Prufrock Press, Inc. 
• Mittler, Helle. (1998). Families Speak Out: International Perspectives on Families’ Experiences with Disability. Brookline Books.Disability Issues; Parenting (Magazines)

Disability Issues: Parenting (Videos)

• Program Development Associates. (2000). A Fair Chance: Parents with Developmental Disabilities. Domestic Violence: Disabilities (Booklets)
• Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services. (Undated). Domestic Violence Handbook for Deaf People. 
• Education Wife Assault. (2000). A Collection of Deaf Women’s Stories: Tales of Survival. 
• Education Wife Assault. (1998). Women with Disabilities, Deaf Women and the Domestic Violence Courts. 
• Feuerstein, Paul B. (1997). Domestic Violence and Women and Children with Disabilities. Milbank Memorial Fund. 
• Nosek, Margaret, et al. (Undated). Violence Against Women With Disabilities. Center for Research on Women with Disabilities, Baylor College of Medicine. 
• Stangler, Mary. (Undated). Striving to Be...Violence Free: A Guidebook for Creating a Safety Plan. Perspectives, Inc. 
• Waxman-Fiduccia, Barbara. (1999). Violence Against Disabled Women. Center for Women Policy Studies. Domestic Violence: Disabilities (Books)
• Beckert, Ann, Linnell, Deborah, and Pope, Katrina. (1991). The Elizabeth Stonehouse Handbook: Sheltering People in Emotional Distress. 
• Finex House. (Undated). Escape: A Handbook for Battered Women Who Have Disabilities. 
• Myers, Leslie A., MS, CRC, CDVC. (1999). Serving Women with Disabilities: A Guide for Domestic Abuse Programs. Center for Research on Women w/Disabilities, Baylor College of Medicine. 
• Myers, Leslie A., MS, CRC, CDVC. (1999). Working with Abuse Survivors: A Guide for Independent Living Centers. 
• Radomsky, Nellie. (1995). Lost Voices: Women, Chronic Pain, and Abuse. Haworth Press. 
• Rioux, Marcia. (1995). Harm's Way: The Many Faces of Violence and Abuse against Persons with Disabilities. Roeher Institute. 
• Sobsey, Dick. (1991). Disability, Sexuality and Abuse: An Annotated Bibliography. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Sobsey, Dick. (1994). Violence and Abuse in the Lives of People with Disabilities. Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 
• Ticoll, Miram. (1992). Violence and People with Disabilities: A Review of the Literature. Roeher Institute.

Domestic Violence: Disabilities (Curricula)

• Arc of Maryland. (2001). Personal Safety Planning Awareness Choice Empowerment — A Violence Prevention Program for Women. (2 copies). 
• Chapman, Connie.(1996). Charting New Waters: Responding to Violence Against Women with Disabilities (Video). Justice Institute of British Columbia. 
• Coalition on Disability and Abuse: Advocacy and Empowerment Project Abuse & Disability Initiative. Taking Charge: Responding to Abuse, Neglect and Financial Exploitation. The University of Illinois at Chicago. 
• Hayden, Mary. (1998). Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault & Women with Cognitive Disabilities and Related Conditions. University of Minnesota Research and Training Center on Community Living. 
• Minnesota Department of Health. (2001). Abuse and Neglect: Detection and Prevention Training Manual. (Trainer Guide and Participant Guide). 



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