Health advocacy

People with ID need to be supported to explore and express their sexuality

Claire L. Azzopardi-Lane, PhD
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Health Knowledge Training Promotes Health Self-Advocacy and Better Health in Persons with ID

Maurice Feldman, PhD
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Role expectations, health policies, and flexibility important when introducing a new health promotion program

Elinor Sundblom, PhD
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Suggestions how to ask people with IDD about satisfaction with services and supports

Susan Copeland, PhD Read More...

Engaging with support workers to include people with communication needs in research is beneficial

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Deborah Lutz, MEd Read More...

Pharmacists can help people who have diabetes

Bernadette Flood Read More...

Awareness of governmental regulations on restraints increases use/reporting

Erik Søndenaa, PhD Read More...

Health information exchange between doctors, persons with ID, and caregivers is a process

Mathilde Mastebroek, MD Read More...

National Task Group develops materials/resources for dementia care or people with IDD

Kathleen M. Bishop, PhD Read More...

People with ID positive about growing older

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By Eilish Burke, PhD
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People with ID can provide their own consent to participate in low risk studies

By Willi Horner-Johnson, PhD
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Patient participation of women with ID is limited because of both physician and patient factors

By Joanne Wilkinson, MD
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Healthy heart program improves staff knowledge

By Deirdre Holly
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Latino children with autism spectrum disorders diagnosed later, fewer treatment services

By: Sandra Magaña, MSW, PhD
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People with ID need to have regular eye exams

By Mary Codling
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Health advocacy is a vital step to achieving human rights for people with ID

By Claire Brolan, MA
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