Webinar hosted by Pearson Assessments™ named “Supporting the Participation of Autistic Children and Young Adults: A Panel Discussion with…
Jessica Kramer presented a keynote at the Capturing the Magic: Participation for all (CAPA) symposium held at the Beitostølen Healthsports Center…
Investigators aim to determine the best way to deliver crisis prevention mental health services for youth and young adults with IDD and their…
Do you want find a job but have no idea where to start?
Or, are you interested in a certain field, but want a little more information?
Explore options with Ability Job Fair!
Self-determination predicts success in life, including employment…
Also, be reminded of next steps of the VocFit study.
Looking for information, training, and
guidance on the Americans with Disabilities Act? Check out the ADA National Network!
And explore career options with VocFit!
Young adults with college experience are more likely to find employment. Want to learn more about how college can be
accessible for all students, including students with intellectual disabilities?
Video about supporting people with learning disabilities from a trauma-informed perspective developed by NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
“Plain language” training developed by Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute
See the Webinar Dr. Jessica Kamer did for CP-Achieve!
Why I Got My COVID-19 Vaccine (After I Really Did Not Want To)
Why People with Disabilities Should Get Their COVID-19 Vaccine
Getting my COVID-19 Vaccine with Confidence
Check out plain language information about COVID19 developed by Green Mountain Self-Advocates.
Let’s talk about our feelings in this COVID19 crisis! Check out information about anxiety, depression, solving problems, staying active and more! A plain-language resource adapted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
George Floyd’s death is making our country reflect deeper about racism and police violence. Read this plain language booklet developed by Green Mountain Self-Advocates to learn more.
Florida Braille and Talking Book Library is part of the National Library Services and provides FREE audiobooks and magazines for those who cannot access standard print due to a cognitive disorder, a physical disability as well as vision loss or blindness.
Interested in exploring the intersection of mental health and developmental disabilities? Listen to this podcast about our participation in Mental Health Crossroads where our Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Partnership (IDD-MH) was featured.