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104 STAT. 1202 PUBLIC LAW 101-496—OCT. 31, 1990 Consumer protection. "(VI) to the extent possible, be interdisciplinary in nature. "(E)(i) Grants awarded under this subsection shall not be used for administrative expenses. "(ii) Grants awarded under this subsection shall not be used to carry out the provisions of subsection (a)."; (2) in subsection (b), by adding at the end thereof the following new paragraphs: "(5) Grants awarded under this subsection for training projects with respect to positive behavior management intervention programs shall be for the purpose of assisting university affiliated programs in providing training to families, foster parents, paraprofessionals, other appropriate community-based staff, and institutional staff, including health care staff and behavioral specialists, who provide or will provide, positive behavior management interventions for persons with developmental disabilities. Such training interventions shall include— "(A) ethical principles and standards; "(B) appropriate assessment of the origin of behavior problems including antecedent behaviors, the environment, medical problems (including seizure disorders), other neurological problems, or medication side effects; "(C) the development of a positive behavior management plan; "(D) the use of positive reinforcements appropriate to the developmental level of the person; "(E) the use of emergency procedures; and "(F) the administration of appropriate psychotropic drugs including drugs which the person may be taking for other conditions such as seizure disorders. "(6) Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to assistive technology programs shall be for the purpose of Eissisting university affiliated programs in providing training to allied health personnel and other personnel who provide or will provide, assistive technology services to persons with developmental disabilities. Such projects may provide training and technical assistance to improve the quality of service delivery in community-based, nonprofit consumer and provider service programs for persons with developmental disabilities and may include stipends and tuition assistance from such organizations. Such projects shall be coordinated with State technology coordinating councils wherever such councils exist. "(7) Grants under this subsection for training projects with respect to programs in other areas of national significance shall be for the purpose of training personnel in an area of special concern to the university affiliated program, and shall be developed in consultation with the State Planning Council."; and (3) by adding at the end thereof the following new subsections: "(f) The Secretary shall only make grants under this section to university affiliated programs which establish a consumer advisory committee comprised of consumers, family members, representatives of State protection and advocacy systems, developmental disabilities councils (including State service agency directors), local agencies, and private nonprofit groups concerned with providing services for persons with developmental disabilities. "(g) A university affiliated program shall not be eligible to receive funds for training projects pursuant to this section unless—