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Beasley, J.B., Weigle, K., & Klein, A. (2016). Diagnostic, Treatment and Service Considerations to Address Challenging Behavior: A Model Program for Integrated Service Delivery. Health Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Across the Lifespan (pp. 1629-1644). New York, NY: Springer.
Charlot, L. & Beasley, J.B. (2013). Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health: United States-Based Research. Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 6 (2), 74-105.
Beasley, J.B. (2013). US Public Policy Update: Crisis Intervention Approaches in the Community: Food Drops or Farming. The NADD Bulletin.
Beasley, J.B. (2012). The United States V The State of Georgia 2010 Olmstead Settlement Agreement: U.S. Public Policy Implications. The NADD Bulletin.
Hinton, J. & Beasley, J.B. (2010). US Public Policy Update: North Carolina Systemic, Therapeutic, Assessment, respite and Treatment: NC START. The NADD Bulletin, 13(3) 58-59.
Beasley, J. B. (Ed.) (2007). U.S. Public Policy: Assessment of Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Needs [Special issue]. Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities. 10(3).
Rubin, I.L., Fahs, J.J., & Beasley, J.B. (2007) Delivery of Health Care for People with “Dual Diagnosis”: From the Person to the Policy. Mental Health Aspects of Intellectual Disabilities, 10(3), 2-11.
Martin, K,, Robson, S., Beasley, J.B., Dailey, T. & DuPree, K. (2006). Transitional Housing to Reduce Inpatient Stays. The NADD Bulletin, 9(4), 82.
Beasley, J.B. (2005). Crisis Prevention and Management. In I. L. Rubin & A. C. Crocker (Eds.), Medical Care for Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities (pp. 510-517). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.
Horner, R, Dunlap, G., Beasley, J., et al. (2005). Positive Support for Behavioral, Mental Health, Communication and Crisis Needs. In K. C. Lakin and A. Turnbull (Eds.) National Goals and Research for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities [White Paper] (pp. 93-107). Washington, DC: The ARC of the United States & AAMR.
Beasley, J.B. (2004). How well does your state serve people with co-occurring mental illness and intellectual disabilities? The NADD Bulletin, 7(4), 78-79.
Beasley, J.B. & Hurley, A.D. (2003). The Design of Community Supports for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Needs. The Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities, 6(2), 81-85.
Beasley, J.B. (2004). Importance of Training and Expertise to Assess “What Works” for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. Mental Retardation, 42 (5), 405-406.
Beasley, J.B. & DuPree, K. (2003). A systematic strategy to improve services to individuals with coexisting developmental disabilities and mental illness: National trends and the "Connecticut Blueprint." Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities, 6, 50-58.
Fletcher, R. & Beasley, J.B. (2003). Three US Public Policy initiatives to improve services to people with co-occurring developmental disabilities and mental illness. The NADD Newsletter, 6(3), 60-61.
Beasley, J.B. (2003). The START/Sovner Center Model. The NADD Newsletter, 6(3), 57-59.
Beasley, J.B. (2002). Trends in coordinated and planned mental health service use by people with dual diagnosis. In J. Jacobson, & R. Fletcher (Eds.) Contemporary Dual Diagnosis: MH/MR Service Models, Volume II: Partial and Supportive Services (pp. 35-51). Kingston, NY: NADD.
Beasley, J.B. & Kroll, J. (2002). The START/Sovner Center Program in Massachusetts. In R. Hanson, N.A. Wieseler, & K.C. Lakin (Eds.) Crisis Prevention and Response in the Community (pp. 95-127) American Association of Mental Retardation., Washington, D.C.
Beasley, J.B. (2001). Collaborative Services in Massachusetts: The START/Sovner Center Program. Impact, 14(1), 16-17.
Beasley, J.B. (2000). Family Caregiving Part III: Family Assessments of Mental Health Service Experiences of Individuals with Mental Retardation in the Northeast Region of Massachusetts from 1994 to 1998. Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities, 3(3).
Beasley, J.B. (2000). Why Individualized Habilitative Plans May Fail: When Challenging Behaviors are Symptoms of a Psychiatric Disorder.” Mental Retardation, 38 (2), 179.
Beasley, J.B. & Kroll, J. (1999). Family Caregiving Part II: Family Caregiver-Professional Collaboration in Crisis Prevention and Intervention. Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities, 2(1), 22-26.
Beasley, J.B. (1998). Long-term co-resident caregiving in families of persons with a dual diagnosis (Mental Illness and Mental Retardation). Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities, 1 (1), 10-16.
Fletcher, R., Beasley, J., & Jacobson, J., (1998). Support Service Systems for people with Dual Diagnosis in the USA. In N. Bouras (Ed.) Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders in Developmental Disabilities and Mental Retardation (pp. 373-390).