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The Council administers federal funds to develop and support innovative practices that promote the independence, productivity, integration, and inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in their communities.

The Council administers federal funds to develop and support innovative practices that promote the independence, productivity, integration, and inclusion of people with developmental disabilities in their communities.

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Partner: University of Florida (UF) Board of Trustees
Current Funding Award: $195,425
Current Project Term: April 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: In its first year of funding, the goal of this project is to explore the current status of behavior analysis services in Florida. Through a research study and use of a collaborative task force in an advisory capacity, the UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (UF CAN), working in conjunction with the University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), will conduct a research study to include a review of legislation, statutes, policies, and practices. Additionally, numbers of certified practitioners at the four levels of certification applied in Florida will be gathered, and barriers to increasing the numbers of personnel will be studied. The project will culminate in recommendations to increase the number of behavior analysts across all levels, certified by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board or other appropriate credentialing body.

Contact: For further information, contact Dr. Kerri Peters, Clinical Assistance Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Psychology, Administrative Director, UF Health Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment (UF CAN) at kberard@ufl.edu

Partner: Margaret Lynn Duggar & Associates, Inc. 
Current Funding Award: $150,000
Current Project Term: October 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: Caring for a person at home impacts the entire family. Aging caregivers, an aging population of adults with I/DD, and a significant shortfall of long-term care funding, both individually and collectively, is of imminent concern for individuals with I/DD and family caregivers. This initiative will continue to build a sustainable partnership between the developmental disability and aging networks to create a system of care that is both sensitive to and available for caregivers and individuals with I/DD who are growing older. This project, in its third year of work, will focus on the initial 11 recommendations that emerged from the Aging Generations’ Expectations in Developmental Disabilities (AGEDD) report and the subsequent development of an AGEDD 5-year draft strategic plan for Florida. This plan was based on input from nearly 100 stakeholders, nearly 30 community provider partnership dialogues, input from the Council’s Aging Caregivers Task Force, AGEDD Provider Advisory Group, and studies of national models on aging and developmental disability.   

Contact: For further information, contact Margaret Lynn Duggar, President/CEO, at mlduggar@mlduggar@mlduggar.org.

Partner: Mathematica, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $199,839
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: This project, in its first year of funding, seeks to establish and fully implement a best practice, quality case management competency tool for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) that will enable them to remain in their homes and communities across the lifespan. This will be done by bringing together representatives from multiple agencies that provide case management services to individuals with I/DD to work together in the development of a tool to evaluate case management services received to ensure a more uniform quality of case management across agencies and service systems in Florida.

Contact: For further information, contact Noelle Denny-Brown, Project Director, Mathematica, Inc. at NDenny-Brown@mathematica-mpr.com.

Partner: Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees
Current Funding Award: $405,733.34
Current Project Term: April 2021-August 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding and amended to continue and expand work through August 2023, is to attain critical information from a diverse group of counties (i.e., rural, urban, and suburban) that will assist key stakeholders and decision makers to understand the issues and effectively plan strategies that lead to earlier identification and eligibility determinations to assure that appropriate interventions and services are in place for Black-African American children identified with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Contact: For further information, contact Jack Scott, PhD, BCBA-D, Principal Investigator, Florida Atlantic University, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at jscott@fau.edu

 *”Black” – of or relating to any of various population groups including, but not limited to, African-American, Caribbean, Haitian, Nigerian, Kenyan.

Partner: Collier County Board of Commissioners, Collier Area Transit 
Current Funding Award: $300,000
Current Project Term: November 2020-June 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding and amended to enhance funding and the capacity to operate through June 2023, is to increase access to the community and satisfaction with transportation services for two or more life activities (e.g., employment, postsecondary education or training, recreation, leisure activities, shopping) for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities building upon the Council’s previously funded and long-term successful HARTPlus Customer Choice Program in Hillsborough County.

Contact: For further information, contact Omar De Leon, Transit Manager, Collier County Board of Commissioners, Collier Area Transit at Omar.Deleon@colliercountyfl.gov.

Partner:  WellFlorida Council, Inc.
Current Funding Award:  $248,713
Current Project Term:  November 2021-January 2023

Brief Statement:  The purpose of this project is to leverage an existing paramedicine program delivered through the local Health Council of East Central Florida, to develop, implement, and evaluate a community paramedicine pilot project for persons with I/DD. The pilot model utilizes the established paramedicine model for Orange County with any needed modifications to health and safety assessment(s) specific to the I/DD population, provide vaccine education, administer the COVID-l9 vaccine as agreed upon, and provide follow-up post vaccine.

Contact:  For further information, contact Lindsey Redding, Director, at lredding@wellflorida.org

Partner: The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
Current Funding Award: $149,951
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: Based on the findings from the Year 1 Dual Diagnosis Study, in Year 2 the Dual Diagnosis Training project will develop and provide training for school districts and community agencies and family members.  Topics will include: recognizing and effectively communicating and interacting with individuals with I/DD who have co-occurring mental health diagnoses and/or challenging behaviors, including autism, to include strategies for communicating verbally and through augmentative and alternative communication methods; the use of de-escalation strategies; behavior management techniques; and safe physical management considering physical limitations.  This training project will result in the development and implementation of effective strategies and/or practices that will assist in averting unnecessary interventions for individuals who are dually diagnosed with I/DD and co-occurring mental health diagnoses and/or challenging behaviors, including autism, and will assist the Council in addressing the targeted disparities in services and outcomes for this underserved population.

Contact: For further information, contact Jeanne Farr, Chief Executive Officer, The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD), at jfarr@thenadd.org.

Partner: Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $888,782.68
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its second year of funding, is to continue building the new pathway for adults with disabilities historically served in Adult Day Training programs or other less-inclusive settings, to transition into the competitive workforce through ongoing implementation of the Florida Project SEARCH Adult Model. The four Employment Centers (ECs) that operated during the first year of the project will continue to operate the program and work toward building stability and sustainability within their own organizations and as a model for potential statewide replication through the guidance and support from RESPECT of Florida and National Project SEARCH.

Contact: For further information, contact Courtney Swilley, Member Services Director, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc. at cswilley@floridaarf.org.  

Partner: Organizational Management Solutions, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $317,006
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its seventh year of funding, is to fully expand leadership training for self-advocates by continuing and building on the Florida SAND Fellows Training Program to train four new Fellows a year and use existing Fellows as peer mentors for the year that follows their training. Fellows will be engaged in developing job skills of maintaining the self-advocacy organization, managing communications for the network, and offering technical assistance and peer mentoring to new Fellows as needed. As each cohort of Fellows becomes trained, leadership training will be provided by the Fellows and will include fine-tuned content that the existing Fellows have created (e.g., Breaking Barriers Training Academy), and also training for other self-advocates in the Route to Self-Determination curriculum.

Contact: For further information, contact Christina (Tina) St. Clair, Chief Executive Officer, Organizational Management Solutions, Inc. at tstclair@orgmsinc.com

Partner: The University of Central Florida / Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD)
Current Funding Award: $125,000
Current Project Term: September 2021-November 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its fourth year of funding, is to improve access to and completion of postsecondary education, particularly programs within the Florida College system, for youth who identify as individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and as Hispanic/Latino.

Contact: For further information, contact Terri Daly, Ph.D., Director, The Center for Autism and Related Disabilities at the University of Central Florida at Terri.Daly@ucf.edu

Partner: Mathematica, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $199,907
Current Project Term: October 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: This project, in its first year of funding, will develop a tool(s) that can be used by both family members and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have significant behavioral challenges, to assist them in evaluating whether services and supports will meet their needs and help them achieve a high quality of life. The targeted settings for use include employment, adult day training, and residential. The tool(s) should be developed in a manner to also be used as a quality improvement measure by service providers to evaluate their services and supports over time.

Contact: For further information, contact Suzie Rastgoufard, Project Director, Mathematica, Inc. at SRastgoufard@mathematica-mpr.com.

Partner: Stacey Hoaglund
Current Funding Award: $50,000
Current Project Term: August 2022- August 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its sixth year of funding with the current Coordinator, is to plan and execute all aspects of the Council’s Partners in Policymaking program. Partners in Policymaking is a national model designed to educate individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and family members on self-determination, disability systems, and how to share information to educate policymakers.

Contact: For further information, contact Stacey Hoaglund, PIP Coordinator, at shoaglundpartner@gmail.com

Partner: Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston (Think College)
Current Funding Award: $125,000
Current Project Term: January 2023-January 2024

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its fifth year of funding, is to create and pilot an advocacy and leadership curriculum to train young adults with I/DD ages 18-26 who are currently enrolled or recently completed postsecondary programs to serve as Inclusive Postsecondary Education Ambassadors. Trained Ambassadors will promote the value and importance of college for students like themselves primarily to postsecondary institutions and secondary educators, likely in collaboration with other existing organizations engaged in such work to gain further momentum for expansion, and secondarily considering presentations at family or student venues to spark further interest.

Contact: For further information, contact Jaimie Timmons, M.S.W., Project Coordinator, Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston at Jaimie.Timmons@umb.edu.

Partner: The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
Current Funding Award: $374,974
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to conduct significant research in order to identify community resources used by family members of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), the ways they identify and share information, assist each other with information, refer people to useful resources, and utilize existing web-based platforms. 

Contact: For further information, contact Jeanne Farr, Chief Executive Officer, The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD), at jfarr@thenadd.org.

Partner: Mathematica, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $248,761
Current Project Term: January 2023-March 2024

Brief Statement: This research study, in its first year of funding, will explore the issue of locating, funding, training, and retaining individuals to provide services and supports to individuals with I/DD and their families when there is no Medicaid Home- and Community-Based Waiver funding. It is expected this project will lead to solutions to the difficulty that individuals with I/DD and their families/caregivers have in accessing direct support workers to provide personal care, companion, and respite services. Research will be conducted to determine how significant the problem is in Florida and perform an environmental scan to learn how other states and service delivery systems address this need. A mixed-methods research project that uses surveys and either structured interviews or focus groups will be implemented to investigate the ways people on Consumer Directed Care + or without waiver funding fulfill their needs for services and support.

Contact: For further information, contact David Mann, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Mathematica, Inc. at DMann@mathematica-mpr.com.

Partner: Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees
Current Funding Award: $149,990
Current Project Term: October 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: This project, in its first year of funding, seeks to develop and provide training to law enforcement personnel, first responders, and emergency medical and mental health personnel who will encounter, interact, and intervene with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have co-occurring mental health diagnoses and/or challenging behaviors on recognizing and effectively communicating and interacting with them, to include strategies for communicating verbally and through augmentative and alternative communication methods, the use of de-escalation strategies, behavior management techniques, and safe physical management considering physical limitations.

Contact: For further information, contact Jack Scott, Ph.D., Primary Investigator, Florida Atlantic University, at jscott@fau.edu.

Archived Projects

Partner: The Family Café 
Current Funding Award: $325,168
Current Project Term: July 2020-November 2022

Brief Statement:  The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to provide advanced training in advocacy and public policy issues that will be utilized in systems change efforts via local and regional implementation and through partnerships between Partners in Policymaking alumni, Florida Self-Advocates Network’D (Florida SAND), the Family Care Council Florida, and previous members of Florida’s Developmental Disabilities (DD) Network Leadership Cadre. This project’s first year of funding was enhanced and extended through September 2022 to accommodate for a continuation timeline to reschedule the Advocacy Summit cancelled in September 2021 due to the Covid 19 Delta variant.

Contact: For further information, contact Lori Fahey, President/CEO, The Family Café, Inc. at LFahey@familycafe.net.

Partner: Margaret Lynn Duggar and Associates, Inc. 
Current Funding Award: $170,000
Current Project Term: January 2021-September 2021

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to work toward obtaining the initial “buy-in” needed from both federal and state policy leaders and “influencers” in both the aging and developmental disability networks to facilitate a direction for success under the Council’s new five-year state plan goal addressing Aging Caregivers. Knowledgeable stakeholders will be engaged in providing input on needs and gaps; and research will be conducted via broad surveys, conversational summits, compilation of findings, and identification of potential pathways to address unmet needs and gaps in services. 

Contact: For further information, contact Margaret Lynn Duggar, Owner, Margaret Lynn Duggar and Associates, Inc. at mlduggar@mlduggar.com.

Partner: Margaret Lynn Duggar & Associates, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $155,100
Current Project Term: November 2021-September 2022

Brief Statement:  Caring for a person at home impacts the entire family. Aging caregivers, an aging population of adults with I/DD, and a significant shortfall of long-term care funding, both individually and collectively, is of imminent concern for individuals with I/DD and family caregivers. This initiative will work to create a sustainable partnership between the developmental disability and aging networks to create a system of care that is both sensitive to and available for caregivers and individuals with an I/DD who are growing older. The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to leverage the initial research and recommendations identified in the Aging Generations’ Expectations in Developmental Disabilities (AGEDD) September 2021 with a more targeted focus on building the participation in stakeholder groups and activities at the local, state and federal level, identifying and engaging key members in 3 stakeholder groups, holding facilitated meetings and discussions, developing a strategic implementation plan, and developing initial training objectives.

Contact: For further information, contact Margaret Lynn Duggar, President/CEO, at mlduggar@mlduggar.org

Partner: School Board of Miami-Dade County
Current Funding Award: $125,000
Current Project Term: September 2020-September 2021

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, built sustainability, and inspired replication of the successful postsecondary model in a career and technical college setting for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, ages 18 – 22, who have exited K-12. Program participants are achieving industry certifications or achieving occupational completion points that provide them with an edge for obtaining better employment outcomes.

Contact: For further information, contact Vivian C. Vieta, Ed.D., Project TOPS Program Director, Robert Morgan Educational & Technical College, School Board of Miami-Dade County at vvieta@dadeschools.net.

Partner: University of Delaware
Current Funding Award: $125,000
Current Project Term: September 2020-September 2021

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its third year of funding, is to develop a sustainable and culturally diverse cadre of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, along with representatives of Florida’s Developmental Disabilities Network (Florida DD Network), to support subsequent leaders who are prepared to engage in state-wide advocacy efforts to impact systems change based on their interest and expertise. 

Contact: For further information, contact Kristen Loomis, Director of Programs, National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities, University of Delaware at kloomis@udel.edu.  

Partner: World Institute on Disability 
Current Funding Award: $199,912.87
Current Project Term: July 2020-January 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to create a partnership with key stakeholders to plan and conduct a Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Summit for the purposes of education and training that will result in development of action plans for local and regional areas to address key unmet needs related to natural and man-made disasters.

Contact: For further information, contact Heather Duncan, Executive Assistant, World Institute on Disability at heather@wid.org

Partner: The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD)
Current Funding Award: $135,763.66
Current Project Term:  May 2021 – May 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to investigate the dual diagnosis issue as an unmet need to prevent unnecessary interventions. The NADD will convene an agency and stakeholder collaborative group who will provide oversight, input, and assist in planning the implementation of recommendations identified through the study to improve service delivery for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and mental health (MH) diagnoses and/or in crisis.

Contact: For further information, contact Jeanne Farr, Chief Executive Officer, The National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD) at jfarr@thenadd.org.

Partner: Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston 
Current Funding Award: $125,000
Current Project Term: September 2021-September 2022

Brief Statement:

The goal of this project, in its tenth and final year of funding, is to provide technical assistance to Employment First Florida state agency partners and organizations, continue to support implementation of the state’s Interagency Cooperative Agreement, share information with Florida’s grassroots groups, enhance and maintain the Employment First Florida website, and deliver ongoing support to local level collaborative teams that lead to improvement of employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities in Florida. 

The project will also obtain approval of the partner’s formal Communication Plan which will support the sustainability of the project’s work in the coming years.  The partners will determine an appropriate agency or organization to house the oversight of Employment First Florida during this year of transition.

Contact: For further information, contact Jean Winsor, Ph.D., Research Associate, Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston at jean.winsor@umb.edu.   

Partner: The Center for Social Capital, Inc., dba Griffin-Hammis Associates
Current Funding Award: $75,000
Current Project Term: September 2021-September 2022

Brief Statement:  The goal of this project, in its eighth and final year of funding, is to provide collaborative training, technical assistance, and resources for agency and organization staff engaged in securing and supporting quality integrated, competitive employment for all individuals with disabilities. Using a training toolkit developed in earlier years of the project, extensive provider training, technical assistance, and mentoring of agency and organization leadership, six Florida sites are building their capacity to serve as models for other employment providers within their regions. It is anticipated that the sites will serve as a State-wide Technical Assistance Center, delivering supports through regional Communities of Practice (CoP).

At the conclusion of this initiative, ongoing implementation will be transitioned to an appropriate state-level Employment First Partner to promote long-term sustainability. 

Contact: For further information, contact Nancy Brooks-Lane, MS, LMFT, LPC or Russell Sickles, Senior Associates, Griffin-Hammis Associates at nbrookslane@griffinhammis.com or rsickles@griffinhammis.com.

Partner: Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $874,544
Current Project Term: September 2020-September 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding, is to create a new pathway for adults with disabilities, historically served in Adult Day Training programs or other less-inclusive settings, to transition into the competitive workforce through development and implementation of a Florida Project SEARCH Adult Model.   

Contact: For further information, contact Courtney Swilley, Member Services Director, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc. at cswilley@floridaarf.org.  

Partner: Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $888,782.68
Current Project Term: September 2022-September 2023

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its second year of funding, is to continue building the new pathway for adults with disabilities historically served in Adult Day Training programs or other less-inclusive settings, to transition into the competitive workforce through ongoing implementation of the Florida Project SEARCH Adult Model. The four Employment Centers (ECs) that operated during the first year of the project will continue to operate the program and work toward building stability and sustainability within their own organizations and as a model for potential statewide replication through the guidance and support from RESPECT of Florida and National Project SEARCH.

Contact: For further information, contact Courtney Swilley, Member Services Director, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (FARF) d/b/a RESPECT of Florida, Inc. at cswilley@floridaarf.org.  

Partner: Dale DiLeo Consulting 
Current Funding Award: $220,612
Current Project Term: December 2020-September 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding within this state plan cycle, is to update the content, technology, and platform for the FYI Transition website to build a user-friendly and high-quality student exclusive website. Key content will include topics related to transition, health, money management, employment and career exploration, postsecondary education, housing, and self-determination in an “Easy Read” format with audible text.

Contact: For further information, contact Dale DiLeo, Owner, Dale DiLeo Consulting at daledileo@att.net

Partner: Florida Housing Coalition, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $270,500
Current Project Term: September 2020-January 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its sixth year of funding, is to provide an immersive leadership training to advance the goals of self-advocates by training self-advocates in leadership skills to promote self-determination, person-centered planning, and running their state-wide self-advocacy network as independently as possible. While Florida SAND has been supported for five years, beginning in September 2021, the Florida SAND Fellows Leadership Program will be the primary focus of Council-funded efforts.

Contact: For further information, contact Carter Burton, Technical Advisor, Florida Housing Coalition, Inc. at burton@flhousing.org.

Partner: Stacey Hoaglund
Current Funding Award: $50,000
Current Project Term: August 2021- August 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its fifth year of funding with the Coordinator, is to plan and execute all aspects of the Council’s Partners in Policymaking program. Partners in Policymaking is a national model designed to educate individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and family members on self-determination, disability systems, and how to share information to educate policymakers.

Contact: For further information, contact Stacey Hoaglund, PIP Coordinator, at shoaglundpartner@gmail.com

Partner: Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority
Current Funding Award: $300,000
Current Project Term: March 2021-September 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding and amended to enhance funding and the capacity to operate through September 2022, is to increase access to the community and satisfaction with transportation services for two or more life activities (e.g., employment, postsecondary education or training, recreation, leisure activities, shopping) for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities building upon the long-term success of the Council’s previously funded HARTPlus Customer Choice Program in Hillsborough County.

Contact: For further information, contact Ross Silvers, ADA Policy and Compliance Officer, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority at rsilvers@psta.net

Partner: Senior Resource Association, Inc.
Current Funding Award: $300,000
Current Project Term: September 2020-September 2022

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its first year of funding and amended to enhance funding and the capacity to operate through September 2022, is to increase access to the community and satisfaction with transportation services for two or more life activities (e.g., employment, postsecondary education or training, recreation, leisure activities, shopping) for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities building upon the Council’s previously funded and long-term successful HARTPlus Customer Choice Program in Hillsborough County.

Contact: For further information, contact Chris Stephenson, Director of Transportation, Senior Resource Association, Inc. at cstephenson@sramail.org.

Partner: The Center for Social Capital, Inc., dba Griffin-Hammis Associates
Current Funding Award: $184,169
Current Project Term: September 2020-October 2021

Brief Statement: The goal of this project, in its fourth year of funding, is to implement comprehensive, evidence-based training for direct service providers (e.g., personal care attendants, community-based residential and group home staff) that utilizes best practices informed by a competencies-driven framework. This training will foster a workforce culture that promotes self-determination, person-centered planning and delivery of services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the use of commercial competency-based online training resources, along with resources developed specifically under this project.

Contact: For further information, contact Julie McComas or Marsie Hartman, Senior Associates, Griffin-Hammis Associates at jmccomas@griffinhammis.com or mhartman@griffinhammis.com

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