Resilience In life, it is guaranteed there will be moments that cause us a lot of pain or difficulty. These pains and difficulties can be physical, mental, emotional, or something else entirely! All of these experiences are part of being human, but how we care for ourselves will impact our ability to recover from these […]
Accessing Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Fact Sheet
Mental Health Crossroads Podcast – Interview with Justin Olson Recently we had the chance to talk with Justin Olson. He is a disability rights advocate from the Salt Lake City area of Utah. Justin was a founding member of the Becoming Leaders for Tomorrow, a grant-funded group of young adults created to educate pediatricians about […]
Webinar – Invisible Disabilities: Understanding & Accepting What We Can’t See Russell Lehmann is an award-winning and internationally recognized motivational speaker, poet, author and advocate who happens to have autism. Russell currently travels the world spreading hope, awareness and compassion in a raw and dynamic fashion, while also setting his sights on erasing the stigma […]
“I kind of have two strands of research. One is this methodological question of how do we do participatory research? Well, there are people doing it and but I still feel like there’s this big gap and in it being scaled up, and more people being confident, we need more people to feel confident doing […]
Dr. Ty Aller was a recent guest on the MHDD Crossroads Podcast (listen to the full interview here and find our other episodes). In our conversation, Dr. Aller discussed how he got involved in the mental health field, his experiences with this work, and a current project he has been developing at the MHDD National Training […]
Episode 3 of the MHDD Mental Health Crossroads podcast, Dr. Verity Rodrigues discusses how hard it is for organizations, providers, and autistic individuals themselves to realize that people with autism can also experience mental health challenges like anxiety or depression. This leads to other challenges with diagnosis and treatment. Advocates and researchers are only recently […]
This document provides an accessible version of the Issues of Disability and Disability-Competent Care Social Work Curriculum Educational Resource Database available on a google spreadsheet.
This guide provides a foundation for integrating disability content into social work education.
A powerpoint presentation of information about adults with depression and disabilities including guiding principles for practitioners.