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activities additional Administration agencies Amount appropriation areas assistance authorized average Ball basis benefits Board budget building centers child College committee construction continue costs Court deaf Decrease Department disabled District effective effort employment established Estimate evaluation expected expenses facilities Federal fiscal fiscal year 1971 Flood follows funds going grants hospital House improve increase individuals institutions kind maintenance major mentally MICHEL million obligations operation organization patients payments percent personnel persons planning positions present problem projects question received recipients record rehabilitation Rehabilitation Service request responsibility result retarded salaries serve Social Security Social Security Administration staff TWINAME University welfare
Page 636 - B for any expenses incurred for items or services — (1) which are not reasonable and necessary for -the diagnosis or treatment of illness or injury or to improve the functioning of a malformed body member...
Page 311 - Make grants-in-aid to universities, hospitals, laboratories, and other public or private institutions, and to individuals for such research or research training projects as are recommended by the National Advisory Health Council, or, with respect to cancer, recommended by the National Advisory Cancer Council...
Page 312 - Secretary may determine. (2) Any amount paid under paragraph (1) to any State for any fiscal year shall be paid on condition that there shall be expended from State sources for such year for administration of the State plan approved under this part not less than the total amount expended for such purposes from such sources during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967.
Page 177 - Secretary to public or other nonprofit institutions of higher learning, and to public or other nonprofit agencies and organizations engaged in research or child welfare activities, for special research or demonstration projects in the field of child welfare which are of regional or national significance and for special projects for the demonstration of new methods or facilities which show promise of substantial contribution to the advancement of child welfare.
Page 189 - Amendments of 1967 require that the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and the Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity...
Page 310 - ... appropriate public authorities, scientific institutions, and scientists in the conduct of, and promote the coordination of, research, investigations, experiments, demonstrations, and studies relating to the causes, diagnosis, treatment, control, and prevention of physical and mental diseases and impairments of man, including water purification, sewage treatment, and pollution of lakes and streams.
Page 207 - Lovell which we will insert in the record at this point. (The biographical sketch follows :) MALCOLM R.
Page 197 - Educational opportunities must be provided every child. Such opportunities should be appropriate to the child's age regardless of the type of facility in which he is enrolled, ie, family day care home, group day care home, or day care center. 2. Educational activities must be under the supervision and direction of a staff member trained or experienced in child growth and development.
Page 170 - ... public social services which supplement, or substitute for parental care and supervision for the purpose of (1) preventing or remedying, or assisting in the solution of problems which may result in the neglect, abuse, exploitation, or delinquency of children, (2) protecting and caring for homeless, dependent, or neglected children, (3) protecting and promoting the welfare of children of working mothers, and (4) otherwise protecting and promoting the welfare of children, including the strengthening...
Page 719 - Any ability grouping or tracking system employed by the school system to deal with the special language skill needs of national originminority group children must be designed to meet such language skill needs as soon as possible and must not operate as an educational dead-end or permanent track.