Improving Health Assessments for People with an Intellectual Disability
Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland is running a free 3-week online course 'Improving Health Assessments for People with an Intellectual Disability'. The course’s aim is for its students to learn how to support people with intellectual disability in health assessments. The MOOC is underpinned by the IDS-TILDA study, a longitudinal study on ageing and intellectual disability.
It is structured into three weeks
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