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Federal funding for this website ended in 2003, therefore few materials have been added since that time. Fortunately, there is continued interest in culturally and appropriate materials, curriculum, and programs. Because of this, we have allowed this site to remain as an archive. Please feel free to use this site, but recognize that it is no longer current.

Common Sense

Common Sense is a publication of the National Program Office on Self-Determination, University of New Hampshire, Institute on Disability. It is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The publication appears three times a year. Sample articles include self-determination stories from across the U.S., the Arc of Connecticut waiting list principles, the Dane County, Wisconsin plan for self-determination, a self-advocate's before and after of self-determination.

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