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Series Description


Over 7 million people in the United States live with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD). To ensure that these individuals receive quality mental health care, providers and caretakers must receive education and training about the unique mental health needs of people living with an IDD.  

Please review our resources for our 3-part series on IDD and Mental Health as we taught about the unique mental health needs of individuals living with IDD. The training series consisted of three one-hour workshops that provided attendees with an up-to-date understanding of mental health practices for the IDD community, including trauma/post-traumatic stress strategies. 


Session Resources


Session 1

A Public Health Perspective

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Session 2 

Thru the Lens of Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress

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Session 3 

Perspectives from the Field: A Panel Discussion

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