NIDILRR is a federal government grants-making agency that sponsors grantees to generate new disability and rehabilitation knowledge and promote its use and adoption. Promoting the use and adoption of new disability and rehabilitation knowledge by various stakeholders helps people with disabilities in the following ways:
- It improves their ability to perform activities of their choice in the community
- It expands society’s capacity to provide full opportunities and accommodations for its citizens with disabilities
Explore our site, especially NIDILRR Items of Interest, and see what new disability knowledge you can use today.
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NIDILRR Items of Interest
- View NIDILRR Funding Opportunities on Grants.gov
- NARIC Patron Questions Asked and Answered: Have a disability-related question? See if it has been answered by this wiki developed by NIDILRR-funded National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC)
- Disability Resources Used by NARIC Information Specialists may contain some information of interest to you.
- Sign up for “Stay in the Know,” a monthly disability literature awareness service
- Research in Focus (RIF): A Weekly Digest of New Research from the NIDILRR Community, featuring reader-friendly summaries of the latest research from NIDILRR-funded projects, is produced and maintained by the National Rehabilitation Information Center for NIDILRR. Each RIF installment presents you with an overview of a recently-published NIDILRR-funded study, highlighting important findings, and discussing implications or directions for future research.
- NIDILRR Research in your state—learn what’s happening where you live.
- Learn about NIDILRR Research by Outcome Area: Community Living and Participation | Employment | Health and Function | Technology for Access and Function | Disability Demographics | Knowledge Translation | ADA National Network Centers | Capacity Building for Rehabilitation Research and Training
- Read ACL’s Public Access Plan for NIDILRR-funded Research: web page | PDF (165KB)
- ACL held a webinar on Translating Evidence-Based Practices to Community Settings for People Aging with Disabilities and their Caregivers: Gaps and Opportunities (February 4, 2016), featuring keynote presentations by Ivan Molton, Ph.D., University of Washington, and Laura Gitlin, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. The webinar was co-sponsored by NIDILRR, and the Center for Policy and Evaluation (CPE), under the leadership of Margaret Campbell, PhD, NIDILRR Office of Research Sciences, and Elena Fazio, Ph.D., Office of Performance and Evaluation: Presentation (PDF, 2.73MB) | Audio (MP3, 15.7MB) | Transcript (PDF, 91KB)
- FY2014 NIDILRR Organizational Highlights (PDF, 4.5 MB)
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