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This is the first webinar in the eight-part series “Strategies for the Implementation of Disability-Competent Care”.
This webinar discusses the paradigm shift from a medical model to the independent living/person-centered model that is integral to the delivery of disability-competent care, and explores the importance of new terminology (for example, from care plan to life plan). This webinar introduces the building blocks of the disability-competent model of care, including: 1) relational care management delivered by an interdisciplinary team, 2) highly responsive primary care, and 3) redesigned and flexible long term services and supports.
- Adam Burrows
- Chris Duff
Additional resources related to the webinar topic are included below:
- Association of University Centers on Disabilities: Approaches to Training Healthcare Providers on Working with People with Disabilities
- United Spinal Association: Tips on Interacting with People with Disabilities