Educate professionals, families and clients of services and state-of-the-art information across many specialties.
A guide for professionals on Intellectual Disabilities and what it means in a variety of settings.
Multiple training modules are available to a variety of people including healthcare professionals, support providers and caregivers who support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and behavioral health needs.
This annual, highly popular, supplemental training series is designed to provide innovative and topic-focused online training to START program members and their local community partners. Trainings from this series are released once a month to the START network (typically on the 3rd Friday of each month) from September to April. These online trainings are free […]
The START National Training Institute (SNTI) is a multi-day training institute designed to bring innovative, evidence-based research and practices to the START network and partners. Team members from all START Programs are highly encouraged to attend the annual Training Institute along with any professionals seeking to improve their understanding intellectual/developmental disabilities and co-occurring behavioral health […]
Basic information about risks and benefits of using psychotropic medication for deciding whether or not to use psychotropic medications.
Basic training for primary care providers to prevent and manage behaviors related to mental health symptoms.
Basic training for primary care providers to properly address behavioral concerns and the needs of patients with disabilities.
A 2-page mood disorder screening tool to provide insight into an individual’s potential experience living with a mood disorder.
A 2-page screening tool to help provide basic insight into an individual’s experience with mental health.