Public hearing, December 4, 1970 [part 1]
Note: Music can be heard in parts of this recording, probably as a result of the tape not being fully erased before reuse. Commission members present: Senator Criss Cole, chair; Bill Henderson, executive director, (organization name inaudible); Bob Blaze, executive director, Goodwill, San Antonio; Carolyn Mercer, psychologist at Houston State School and in private practice, Houston; (first name inaudible) Munn, counselor, (inaudible high school name), Saline; Senator Criss Cole; (inaudible first name) Bozner, Houston; Dr. Joe Champagne, University of Houston; Jack Hunnicutt, Houston; woman (name inaudible), Bill Corrigan, Texas Rehabilitation Commission. Witnesses: Dr. Richard Benton, director of the Vocational REACT (rehabilitation, evaluation, adjustment, counseling, and training) Center, University of Texas Medical Branch; Dr. John R. Derrick and Dr. Sidney Schnur, president and president-elect of the Texas Heart Association; Charles Funk, Region IV director, Case and Rehabilitation Division, Texas Rehabilitation Commission (TRC). Subjects: Vocational REACT Center services, cardiovascular disease and stroke rehabilitation, Texas Heart Association Stroke Club, and an overview of TRC services.
Box Spine Title: TLC Hearings. Spine Date: 12/4/70. Spine Number: 4A. Box Label Text: [none]
Texas Legislative Council Study Committee on Programs for the Handicapped public hearing recordings
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