Impact: Feature Issue on Aging and People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Impact: Feature Issue on Aging and People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Winter, 2010). Heller, T., Stafford, P.B., Davis, L.A. & Sedlezky, L. Institute on Community Integration (UCEDD) and the Research and Training Center on Community Living and Employment, College of Education and Human Development, University of Minnesota. Volume 23, Number 1.

Offers fresh, practical, and challenging perspectives on supporting aging individuals with disabilities and their families.

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Lessons Learned: Community Based Train the Trainer Health Promotion Programming for People with ID

Lessons Learned: Community Based Train the Trainer Health Promotion Programming for People with ID. Sisirak, J. & Marks, B. (2010). Abstracts of the Third International Conference of IASSID Europe, 20-22 October, 2010, Rome. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 23(5), 467.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-3148.2010.00587.x/abstract

The Future is Now: A Future Planning Training Curriculum for Families and Their Adult Relatives with Developmental Disabilities

The Future is Now: A Future Planning Training Curriculum for Families and Their Adult Relatives with Developmental Disabilities (2010). Factor, A., DeBrine, E., Caldwell, J., Arnold, K., Kramer, J., Nelis, T. & Heller, T.
This curriculum equips families and their adult relative with a disability with the communication skills and information to jointly plan for the future.

Latina mothers caring for a son or daughter with autism or schizophrenia: Similarities, differences and the relationship between co-residency and maternal well-being

Latina mothers caring for a son or daughter with autism or schizophrenia: Similarities, differences and the relationship between co-residency and maternal well-being. Magaña S & Ghosh, S. (2010). Journal of Family and Social Work, 13, 227-250.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2903044/

Health Matters: The Exercise and Nutrition Health Education Curriculum for People with Developmental Disabilities

Health Matters: The Exercise and Nutrition Health Education Curriculum for People with Developmental Disabilities (2010). Marks, B., Sisirak, J. & Heller, T. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

The HealthMatters Program is a research-based, field-tested program that’s already made a dramatic difference in the lives of participants with disabilities, this proven curriculum shows professionals how to conduct up to 59 one-hour sessions that help people make the best choices about health, exercise, and nutrition.

We will be starting the “HealthMatters Program Scale-Up: Multi-State Systematic Approach.” This project will examine the challenges to successful replication of the HealthMatters Program intervention, and the conditions and activities that contribute to effective adoption in real-world settings. By implementing this project, we have a unique opportunity to contribute to the larger body of research and science by developing a Scale-Up Logic Model detailing the necessary components to achieve systematic reach and impact among a population that often receives lifelong community based supports and health care services within complex and divers systems across the U.S.

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