Accessing Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Fact Sheet
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Plain Language Summary – How to Locate Services Available to Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Caregiver Perspective Many parents of children with developmental disabilities do not feel like they know enough about resources available to their child. This information sheet talks about some resources for people with developmental disabilities of different ages. Note: Many of the […]
Plain Language Summary – Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Rural Access to Care People who have both a mental health diagnosis and a developmental disability diagnosis at thesame time can have difficulty getting good services. It is often easier for a person who only has one of these diagnoses at a time to find good […]
Increasing Caregiver Awareness: Helping Identify Anxiety and Depression in Individuals with Down Syndrome
Plain Language Summary – Guardianship and Supported Decision Making When a person turns 18 in the United States, they are called a legal adult. A legal adult is given rights, like voting and signing forms for themselves. When a person becomes a legal adult, they usually become their own legal guardian too. A legal guardian […]
How to Locate Services Available to Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: Caregiver Perspective
Report on the Mental Health Needs and Experiences of Young Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.
This article describes the gap in education and services for professionals who could be serving persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health conditions.
Guardianship and Supported Decision Making Fact Sheet
Co-Occurring Mental Illness and Developmental Disabilities