Our team of scientists, clinicians, service providers, policy makers and people with developmental disabilities work together to improve the health and health care of adults with developmental disabilities. We have been studying the health and health care of over 66,000 adults with developmental disabilities in Ontario since 2010.
We developed two toolkits to assist clinicians and primary care and emergency care providers to improve their practices with patients with developmental disabilities. These toolkits include clinician tip sheets, patient handouts, information on local resources, and step by step instructions on how to implement changes. Download a copy or contact us at email@example.com for more information.
In the health care resources section of this website you will find more tools and information for people with developmental disabilities and caregivers, as well as clinicians and service providers. These tools can help communicating important information in a health care setting. They also include information about health and developmental disabilities, and provide best practice tips for health care providers.
May, 2018 New publication: Read "Contraceptive provision to postpartum women with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A population-based cohort study."
April, 2018 New publication: Read "Comprehensive preventive care assessments for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Part 1: How do we know if it is happening?" in the Canadian Family Physician April Special Issue.
The Developmental Disabilities Primary Care Program at Surrey Place published the Canaidan Consensus Guidelines on the Primary Care of Adults with Intellectual and Developmental disabiliteis. Learn more about DDPCP
March, 2018 New publication: Read "All cause 30-day readmission in persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and mental illness"
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