What Does Research Tell Us About Mental Health Therapy for Adults with Intellectual Disability (ID)?
Check out our RRTC team’s new clear language paper! “What Does Research Tell Us About Mental Health Therapy for Adults with Intellectual Disability (ID)?”: https://www.rrtcnisonger.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Paper-19-and-20-Clear-Language-Product_FINAL.pdf Therapists can use a range of supports to test and [...]
A scoping review of psychological interventions, accommodations, and assessments for adults with intellectual disability (Witwer et. al, 2022)
Congratulations to Dr. Andrea Witwer and co-authors on their new article, “A scoping review of psychological interventions, accommodations, and assessments for adults with intellectual disability.” The paper was published in Professional Psychology: Research and Practice: [...]
Congratulations to Dr. Eugene Arnold, MD, MEd for receiving the Steven Reiss Research Award! This prestigious award is given to an individual in recognition of their significant contributions to understanding and advancing mental wellness among [...]
Adults with intellectual disability can provide information about their own health and feelings when surveys are clear and easy-to-use. Please read and share our RRTC project’s latest paper, “Getting Health Information Directly from Adults with [...]
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The theme this year is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation.” The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects the rights of workers with disabilities, including employees with intellectual [...]
Can You Hear Me Now? – Recruitment Video