A History of Human Services

Dr. Wolf Wolfensberger, PhD

Wolfensberger Collection
 

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Minnesota Governor's Council on
Developmental Disabilities.
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Wolfensberger Collection

Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph.D., was a world-renowned advocate for and expert on the care of the developmentally disabled.  A faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry and a researcher at the former Nebraska Psychiatric Institute of UNMC from 1964 to 1971, he later joined Syracuse University as director of the Training Institute for Human Service Planning, Leadership and Change Agentry.  His research collection is a one-of-a-kind resource in the academic world.

A History of Human Services,
Universal Lessons, and Future Implications

Presented by Wolf Wolfensberger, Ph.D. and Susan Thomas, Training Coordinator

A two day lecture was given September 1998 at Millersville University, Lyte Auditorium, Millersville, PA 

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The Training Institute

This two-day lecture was given September 1998 at Millersville University, Lyte Auditorium, Millersville, PA.