New Resource on Oral Health Care for Adults with IDD

Date: 08/2018

People with intellectual and developmental disability (IDD) are more likely to have poor oral health as compared to the general population. And for many people with IDD, it can be challenging to get good oral health care.

Alixe Bonardi, director of IDD services research at HSRI, and colleagues at the Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, University of Massachusetts Medical School summarized evidence-based Read More

Our Latest Newsletter

Date: 08/2018

What've we been up to this summer? Check out our latest newsletter to find out! 

Exploring health care transparency tools for New York State |  Improving supports for people with self-injurious behavior  | Analyzing Multnomah County's behavioral health system | Breaking down barriers to college success | And more!

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Val Bradley Receives the Presidential Award from AAIDD

Date: 06/2018

Val Bradley was awarded the AAIDD Presidential Award at the AAIDD Conference 2018 in St. Louis. This special award is given to an individual selected by the AAIDD president. Susan Havercamp awarded it to Val for her contributions to the field and her professional mentorship.

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Self-Direction Shows Promising Results for Housing and Employment Outcomes

Date: 05/2018

New research from the Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) suggests that mental health self-direction can help support people to live and work in their communities. To explore the effects of self-direction on important functional outcomes like employment and housing, HSRI researchers and colleagues looked at approximately four years’ worth of data from the nation’s largest and longest-standing self-direction effort, FloridaSDC. They found that compared with nonparticipants, self-directing participants were more likely Read More

National Leadership Institute on Developmental Disabilities - Summer 2018

Date: 04/2018

Applications for the University of Delaware's National Leadership Institute on Developmental Disabilities to be held July 15-20 will be accepted through May 16. Applications completed by April 13 are eligible for an early-bird rate!

This week-long, intensive leadership development program is designed for current executive-level leaders and emerging leaders. Participants may work in areas of management or program leadership in organizations that provide, advocate for, or fund supports for people with Read More

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