Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 1.djvu/348

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108 STAT. 322 PUBLIC LAW 103-230—APR. 6, 1994 "(iii) address the development of a comprehensive plan that considers the needs and preferences of an individual with a developmental disability; "(iv) address the competence in the tj^es of skills training, environmental modification, and incentive procedures that encourage alternative behaviors; "(v) familiarize training participants with crisis intervention approaches and the separate role of such approaches as short-term emergency procedures; "(vi) familiarize training participants with medical interventions and how to evaluate the effect of such interventions on behavior; and "(vii) address techniques for evaluating the outcomes of interventions. "(E) ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES.—Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to assistive technology services shall be for the purpose of assisting university affiliated programs in providing training to personnel who provide, or will provide, assistive technology services and devices to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Such projects may provide training and technical assistance to improve access to assistive technology services for individuals with developmental disabilities and may include stipends and tuition assistance for training project participants. Such projects shall be coordinated with State technology coordinating councils wherever such councils exist. "(F) AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT. —Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 shall be for the purpose of assisting university affiliated programs in providing training to personnel who provide, or will provide, services to individuals with developmental disabilities, and to others concerned with individuals with developmental disabilities. "(G) COMMUNITY TRANSITION.— Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to transition from school to adult life shall be for the purpose of assisting university affiliated programs in providing training to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, generic community agencies, advocacy organizations, and others in order to stimulate the development and improvement of policies, procedures, systems, and other mechanisms that prepare youth with developmental disabilities to enter adult life. Such projects shall be coordinated with State transition projects funded under section 626(e) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, where such State transition projects exist. "(H) OTHER AREAS.— Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to programs in other areas of national significance shall be for the purpose of training personnel in an area of special concern to the university affiliated program, and shall be developed in consultation with the State Developmental Disabilities Council. "(4) COURSES, TRAINEESHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS. —Grants under this subsection may be used by university affiliated programs to—