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Taking Charge of My Health Care

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  • Posted on: 07.26.2019
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Oregon Office on Disability and Health at Oregon Health & Science University
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The Taking Charge of My Health Care Toolkit is designed to provide health and health care advocacy education and resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those who support them. The toolkit also provides resources for disability service providers and family members who play an integral role in providing support to self-advocates.

How to Make Your Blog Accessible to Blind Readers

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  • Posted on: 04.01.2019
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American Foundation for the Blind
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Quick tips on how to make your bog accessible to people with disabilities.

Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) Resource Guide for Disability Inclusion

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  • Posted on: 03.14.2019
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National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO)
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The purpose of this resource guide is to provide guidance on how the MAPP process can be inclusive of people with disabilities.

Mental Health in Rural Communities Toolkit

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  • Posted on: 03.01.2019
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Rural Health Information Hub
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The toolkit compiles evidence-based and promising models and resources to support organizations implementing mental health programs in rural communities across the United States, with a primary focus on adult mental health.

Guide to Room-by-Room Repairs for Easy Accessibility for Disabled Loved Ones

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  • Posted on: 02.21.2019
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HomeAdvisor
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From mobility issues to cognitive impairment, disabilities affect many people's lives, whether by living with or loving someone who is differently-abled.

Informal Caregivers: Meaningful Support for People with Disabilities

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  • Posted on: 02.05.2019
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University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability
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Informal or family caregivers provide regular care or assistance to family members or friends who have disabilities or health difficulties.Promoting self-care and healthy habits for caregivers is important so they, in turn, can help the people they support to be healthier, more independent, and more active in their chosen communities.

Capacity-Building Toolkit for including Aging & Disability Networks in Emergency Planning

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  • Posted on: 02.05.2019
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National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO)
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The purpose of the Capacity-Building Toolkit for Including Aging and Disability Networks in Emergency Planning (hereafter, the "Toolkit") is to serve as a resource to guide the aging and disability networks in increasing their ability to plan for and respond to public health emergencies and disasters. For organizations already engaged in emergency planning, this Toolkit can help expand and improve their capabilities. For organizations new to emergency planning, this Toolkit will help orient them to the process.

So You Are Going to Have a Baby: A Guide for Women with Developmental Disabilities

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  • Posted on: 02.04.2019
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University of Cincinnati UCEDD/LEND
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These fact sheets were created as part of our Cincinnati LEND Seminars in Evidence-Based Medicine project. A team of LEND trainees and faculty members conducted research on best practices while also consulting with stakeholders, including women with disabilities who have experienced pregnancy and prenatal care as well as medical providers.

Providing Perinatal Care for Women with Developmental Disabilities

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  • Posted on: 02.04.2019
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University of Cincinnati UCEDD/LEND
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These fact sheets were created as part of our Cincinnati LEND Seminars in Evidence-Based Medicine project. A team of LEND trainees and faculty members conducted research on best practices while also consulting with stakeholders, including women with disabilities who have experienced pregnancy and prenatal care as well as medical providers.