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Braddock, David

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David L. Braddock, PhD

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Dr. Braddock is interested in cognitive disability and technology, disability in the American states, residential and community services, and higher education administration.

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CU - Boulder Campus
Coleman Instit., Rm. Suite 200
Phone:  303-492-0639
Email:  Dr. Braddock
 
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Dr. Braddock is interested in cognitive disability and technology, disability in the American states, residential and community services, and higher education administration.

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David L. Braddock, PhD
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CU - Boulder Campus
Coleman Instit., Rm. Suite 200
Phone:  303-492-0639
Email:  Dr. Braddock

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Coleman-Turner Chair/Professor; CU Senior Associate Vice President, Coleman Institute Executive Director​

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University of Texas at Austin  BA  1967

University of Texas at Austin, Graduate School of Business  1967-1968

University of Texas at Austin  MA  1970

University of Texas at Austin  PhD  1973

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND PUBLICATIONS

Recent Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications(since 1995):

Rimmer, D., Braddock, D., & Marks, B. (1995). Health characteristics and behaviors of adults with mental retardation residing in three living arrangements. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 16, 489-499.

Braddock, D. & Hemp, R. (1996). The impact of proposed Medicaid spending reductions on persons with developmental disabilities in the United States. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 7(1), 1-32.

Rimmer, J. H., Braddock, D., & Pitetti, K. H. (1996). Research on physical activity and disability: an emerging national priority. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 28(8), 1366-1372.

Braddock, D. & Hemp, R. (1997). Toward family and community: A comparative study of mental retardation services in Massachusetts, New England, and the United States. Mental Retardation, 35(4), 241-256.

Rubin, S., Rimmer, J., Chicoine, B., Braddock, D. & McGuire, D. (1998). Overweight levels in persons with Down Syndrome. Mental Retardation, 36(3), 175-181.

Braddock, D. (1999). Aging and developmental disabilities: Demographic and policy issues affecting American families. Mental Retardation 37(2), 155-161.

Rimmer, J. H., Rubin, S. S., Braddock, D., & Hedman, G. (1999). Physical activity patterns of  African-American women with physical disabilities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 31(4), 613-618.

Braddock, D., Hemp, R., Parish, S., Rizzolo, M. (2000). Growth in state commitments for community services: Significance of the Medicaid Home and Community Based Services Waiver. Mental Retardation 38(2), 186-189.

Braddock, D., Felce, D., Emerson, E. & Stancliffe, R.J. (2001). Living circumstances of children and adults with mental retardation or developmental disabilities in the United States, Canada, England and Wales, and Australia. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 7, 115-121.

Braddock, D. (2002). Public financial support for disability at the dawn of the 21st Century. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 107(6), 478-489.

Braddock, D., Rizzolo, M.C., Thompson, M., & Bell, R. (2004). Emerging technologies and cognitive disability. Journal of Special Education Technology, 19(4), 49-56.

Braddock, D., Hemp, R., & Rizzolo, M.C. (2004). State of the states in developmental disabilities: 2004. Mental Retardation, 42(5), 356-370.

Rizzolo, M.C., Heller, T., & Braddock, D. (2005). Determinants of state utilization of public institutions for persons with intellectual disabilities in the U.S. International Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 2(1), 60-62.

Braddock, D. & Hemp, R. (2006). Growth of U.S. public spending for intellectual/developmental disabilities slowed down during 2002-04. Mental Retardation, 44(1), 77-80.

Braddock, D. (2007). Washington rises: Public financial support for intellectual disability in the United States, 1955-2004. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, 13, 169-177

Rizzolo, M.C., Hemp, R., Braddock, D., & Schindler, A. (2009). Family support services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Recent national trends. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 47(2), 152-155.

Braddock, D. (2009). Honoring Eunice Kennedy Shriver’s Legacy in Intellectual Disability, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities48(1), 63-72.

Braddock, D. (2010). Public spending for disability in the United States: 1997-2006. Opportunities for Community Development Finance in the Disability Market. Federal Reserve Bank of the United States Headquarters, Washington, D.C., February 4-5, 2010, 7-20.

Rizzolo, M.C., Friedman, C., Lulinski-Norris, A., & Braddock, D. (2013).  Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers: A nationwide study of the states.  Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 51(1), 1-21.

Braddock, D., Hemp, R., Rizzolo, M.C., Tanis, E.S., Haffer, L., Lulinski-Norris, A., & Wu, J. (2013). The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities 2013: The Great Recession and its Aftermath. Washington, D.C.: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 

Braddock, D., Hemp, R., Rizzolo, M.C., Tanis, E.S., Haffer, L., & Wu, J. (2015). The State of States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Emerging from the Great Recession.  Washington, DC: American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

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​​Grants and Contracts since 2001(CU only):

1.  The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities Project: 2000-2003Administration on Developmental Disabilities, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, ($600,000), 2001-2003.

2.  Supported Living Research Project. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education, subcontract via Syracuse University ($175,000 over five years), 2001-2004.

3.  Social Security and Mental Retardation Eligibility Determination. National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Commissioned Paper ($2,000), 2001.

4.  Cognitive Disability and Technology, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education, via the University of Kansas Lifespan Institute ($75,000 over 5 years), 2001-2005.

5.  National Study of Disability Finance. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education. ($450,000), 2003-2006

6.  Evaluation of Community Integrated Personal Assistance Services and Supports (C-PASS. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services subcontract via the Arizona Department of Economic Security ($165,561), 2003-  2006.

7.  Analysis of Trends in Family Support and Technology for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research subcontract via the University of Minnesota Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Community Living ($375,000 over five years), 2003-2008.

8.  The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities Project: 2004-2007. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Developmental Disabilities ($900,000), 2004-2007.

9.  Comparative Analysis of Services and Supports for People with Developmental Disabilities in Illinois. Illinois Developmental Disabilities Planning Council ($40,000), 2007-2008.

10.  Public Spending for Disability in the United States: A Comparative Longitudinal Study.National Institute on   Disability and Rehabilitation Research U.S. Department of Education ($600,000), 2007-2010. 

11.  The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities Project: 2007-2012. Administration on Developmental Disabilities, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, ($1,500,000), 2007-2012.

12.  The State of States in Developmental Disabilities Project: 2012-2017. Administration on Developmental Disabilities, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, ($1,750,000), 2012-2017.

13.  Impact of the Great Recession and Its Aftermath on Public Spending & Services for Persons with Disabilities: A 50 State Study, FY 2009-13. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education ($600,000), 2012-2015.

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