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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. PL 99-457
  2. PL 88-29
  3. The Social Security Act
  4. PL 94-142
  5. The Americans with Disabilities Act
  1. a Education of the Handicapped Act Amendment (1986. Emphasized development of comprehensive statewide programs of early intervention services for handicapped infants, toddlers and families)
  2. b 1989
  3. c Nationwide Outdoor Recreation Plan -1963
    concerns for handicapped listed as a priority area
  4. d 1936 (A compilation of law... related specifically to the elderly and disabled including provisions for PE and recreation.)
  5. e Education of All Handicapped Children Act (1975. Requires a free and appropriate education for all handicapped children. PE is listed as a direct service and recreation as a related service.)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1967
  2. 1963 (Directed the formulation and maintenance of a comprehensive nationwide outdoor recreation plan. Completed in 1973, emphasized compliance with PL 90-480.)
  3. 1963 (Training and research funds for recreation for the ill and handicapped. The first recognition by a federal agency of the importance of recreation services in rehab.)
  4. 1986
  5. 1975

5 True/False questions

  1. Rehabilitation Act Amendment1973

          

  2. PL 91-517Developmental Disabilities Services and Facilities Construction Act (1971. Developmentally disabled persons are specifically defined and recreation is listed as a specific service to be included as a fundable service.)

          

  3. PL 93-516Rehabilitation Act Amendment (1974 Authorized the planning and implementation of the White House Conference on Handicapped Individuals which was conceived in 1977. Recreation was cited as one of sixteen areas of concern.)

          

  4. Architectural Barriers Act1968

          

  5. PL 93-112Rehabilitation Act (1973. A comprehensive revision of the 1963 Vocational Rehab. Act, which included an emphasis on the "total" rehab. of the individual)