Topic: Collaboration and Interprofessional Care

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  • A Holistic Approach: How inter-professional partnerships improve client wellbeing and employment outcomes for individuals living with dual diagnosis
  • A team approach to optimizing the quality of life for adults with intellectual disability and a history of sexual offending or deviant behavior
  • Behaviour Consultants – Building Capacity and Bolstering Collaboration to Meet the Lifespan Needs of Persons with a Developmental Disability
  • Breaking Through Silos – Finding Creative Pathways to Address Alternative Level of Care (ALC) Gaps Using Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre ALC Transition Team, Developmental Services Ontario and Toronto Network of Specialized Care Collaborative Relationships
  • Caring for people with developmental disabilities in emergency departments: Building partnerships, adapting tools and facilitating practice change
  • Collaborative teaching through videos: Ontario initiatives that bring together clinicians, students and people with developmental disabilities to teach better health care practices
  • Implementing Health Checks in Primary Care for Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Family Health Teams in Ontario: Engaging Interprofessional Care, Community-based Health Care and Developmental Services
  • Injuries to carers of people with ID displaying challenging behaviours: A mixed methods study. Engaging Stakeholders for knowledge translation
  • Interprofessional Education and Practice in Developmental Disabilities: From Classroom to Community
  • Roots to Results: A Collaborative Community Based Research Project to Evaluate an Abuse Prevention Education Program
  • The Dalglish Family Hearts and Minds Clinic for Adults with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome – A framework of integrated care for other complex conditions
  • The ‘F-words’ in Childhood Disability: Helping families, health care practitioners, policy makers, and researchers to think holistically and work together
  • Translating knowledge in to practice in Ontario’s Criminal Justice System