The Kansas School for the Deaf
has been serving the people of Kansas since 1861
as a place for deaf Kansas children to learn and excel in life.
The Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Library is currently digitizing the school's annual and biennial reports from the collections of the State Library of Kansas and the Kansas Historical Society. We offer here an incomplete but thorough online view of these reports giving researchers a good view of the development of education of the deaf in Kansas for the past 154 years.
KANSAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
ANNUAL AND BIENNIAL REPORTS
FEATURED AGENCY COLLECTION
we feature here a different agency or division of a large agency and its
publications within the Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online
The Department for Aging and Disability Services administers federal and state programs to assist elderly citizens as well as individuals in need of disability, mental health, or addiction services. The Department also acts as an advocate, purchaser, and regulator to ensure that state services meet the needs of the populations it serves in the most effective manner. The Department has five primary functions: Agency Administration and Operations, Community Services and Programs, Medicaid Long-Term Care, Community Grants, and Nutrition Grants. It also administers the Adult Care Home Licensure Act and the survey and certification requirements under contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.