Provides information for boys and girls with disabilities as they approach puberty and adolescence.
An all-purpose website that provides patients, caregivers, and health care providers with valuable information concerning the needs of an individual with disabilities in the health care setting. View program flier here.
Provides information for individuals with disabilites when they schedule an appointment and visit a physician.
Information for primary care physicians and nurses treating adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Information for direct support professionals and other caregivers who accompany adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as they visit a doctor's office.
Curriculum available for purchase. Components of the curriculum include Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Positive Adult Development (PAD). These were developed as part of an intervention research study for stress reduction in parents of children with developmental disabilities at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The information in this curriculum is intended to be used in a mental health or institutional setting by qualified personnel as group leader/mentor to teach stress reduction to parent/caregiver groups. It is not intended to replace mental health services or consultation. Purchase curriculum at vueinnovations.com/psip
For parents whose pediatricians recommend their child be evaluated for an autism spectrum disorder.
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