Resources

For Individuals and Families

This page contains links to selected resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The list includes resources from CCIDS, as well as other trusted organizations, about important topics such as advocacy, assistive technology, early childhood, education, employment, guardianship and alternatives to guardianship, health, housing, recreation, respite, siblings, Social Security, spirituality/spiritual supports, and transition.

For Professionals and Practitioners

This page contains links to selected resources for professionals and practitioners who serve or support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. The list includes resources from CCIDS, as well as other trusted organizations, about important topics such as accessibility-planning for inclusion, assistive technology, autism, disability etiquette, diversity and inclusion, early childhood, education, employment, health, housing, recreation, spirituality/spiritual supports, and transition.

For Students, Faculty and Researchers

This page contains links to selected resources for students, faculty and researchers in the discipline of disability studies and/or disability research. The list includes links to academic offerings from CCIDS in Interdisciplinary Disability Studies and graduate-level study in the New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) Program. Links to selected resources from CCIDS, as well as other trusted organizations, cover important topics such as accessibility-planning for inclusion, autism, disability etiquette, education, health, public policy, recreation, spirituality/spiritual supports, and transition.

Faculty/Staff Publications and Presentations

Search for publications and presentations by CCIDS faculty and staff.

Family Centered Transition Curriculum: Achieving Better Outcomes for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

This webpage was created by the Family Centered Transition Curriculum instructors to provide convenient online access to some of the module materials needed by students or trainees. This eight-module curriculum is designed to be led by a trained instructor who has experience with or expertise in evidence-based practices and predictors of positive transition outcomes for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. If any of the materials are password protected, please consult with your instructor.