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Does someone have the knowledge of how to locate P.I.E. Manual (1989) and/or ANSA / CANS info specific to Indiana? Thank you.

Looking for the manual on P.I.E. (by the NASW?) pub. 1989 and need to look at parity with Indiana HAPI and ANSA assessment tools. Thank you.
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IU Bloomington owns the 2008 edition of the Person-in-Environment Manual.  First log into IUCAT, then go to this record and choose the red ‘request delivery’ button on the right side of the screen.  Alternatively, IUPUI and IU South Bend own the 1994 PIE manual : person-in-environment system by James Karls.  That can be requested through IUCAT the same way.  No IU library has the older 1989 edition, but if you need that specific edition, it can be requested through ILLiad Interlibrary Loan here.


The Indiana state training and support page for CANS and ANSA can be found here.  The state website also link to a lot of documents through DARMHA here, including Indiana-specific information.  Is this the type of thing that you need?  If not, I’d be glad to look further.




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