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Learn Now: Training Modules

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We are committed to promoting access to quality mental health care for individuals with developmental disabilities. This is available through accessible training content that centers around the needs and voices of individuals with disabilities. The training modules below are stacked to build each lesson on another.  You can do them in any order you prefer if you are only looking for specific information.

Our Training

Providers & Clinicians

Learn more about working with people with disabilities in order to reduce treatment barriers and increase accessibility for all.

To request a certificate of completion for any module please contact [email protected].

Partner Training

These training modules are offered through our various partners. Each training has been vetted to ensure it meets the mission and values of the MHDD National Training Center.

“From the DSM-5 to the DM-ID-2” webinar is about the connection between the DSM-5 and the DM-ID-2, as well as other diagnostic concerns for working with people with intellectual disabilities.

Basic training for primary care providers to properly address behavioral concerns and the needs of patients with disabilities.

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.

Educate professionals, families and clients of services and state-of-the-art information across many specialties.

The National Association on Developmental Disabilities (NADD) shares professional development and information webinars with a variety of topics split into beginner, intermediate, and advanced.

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention is a training series about de-escalation and non-violent crisis intervention.

Basic information about risks and benefits of using psychotropic medication for deciding whether or not to use psychotropic medications.

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 for participants and are facilitated by your START program members in centralized locations in your region where participants can learn as a group.

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