Centre for Developmental Disability Health (CDDH) provides education and training to health and disability practitioners to enable the development of positive attitudes and a sound knowledge base in relation to the health issues of people with developmental disabilities.
Established to improve health outcomes for people with developmental disabilities. We believe that the health, and therefore the lives, of people with disabilities can be enhanced by supporting those who provide healthcare to develop positive attitudes towards people with disabilities, and a sound knowledge base in relation to the health issues of people with developmental disabilities.
We provide education and training for:
We recognise that those living with disability are the experts on their own experience and their active participation in and contribution to the education of healthcare and disability practitioners is essential.
Online modules for Medical Practitioners, Allied Health Professionals, Disability Support Workers and people with disability and their families are available at the website below.
The online learning modules include an RACGP accredited Active Learning Module: Medical assessment and management of behaviours of concern in people with intellectual disability: RACGP accredited for 40 category 1 points; 2 Category 2 points per hour.