Responsive Practice | Institute on Disability/UCED

“Responsive Practice builds on knowledge that providers already have and identifies opportunities to maximize wellness for individuals with disabilities,” explains Kimberly Phillips, DPH Principal Investigator and co-author of the training.” 

Source: Responsive Practice | Institute on Disability/UCED

Responsive Practice 
Responsive Practice: Providing Health Care & Screenings to Individuals with Disabilities
The New Hampshire Disability and Public Health (DPH) project’s Responsive Practice training is now available online, on-demand, and is free for a limited time. Responsive Practice enhances health care providers’ ability to deliver disability-competent care that is accessible to people with intellectual, mobility, and other disabilities.

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