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Programs Serving Children with Disabilities and the Uninsured


Public Health and Disability Competencies

There is a need for public health initiatives that efficiently address the higher rates of chronic conditions and health disparities among people with disabilities; however, most public health training programs do not include curricula material that includes people with disabilities in core public health efforts. This knowledge of the health status and public health needs of people with disabilities is critical in any successful initiative. These Competencies and their associated learning objectives are specifically designed to build a stronger public health workforce to both reduce health disparities and include people with disabilities in all public health planning efforts. Check out how these Competencies can be embedded into your public health curriculum and training program!


Public Health is for Everyone


Public Health is for Everyone Toolkit

Designed for public health professionals, this interactive toolkit contains updated resources and best practices to promote inclusion in public health efforts. From key issue areas such as person-first language, community action guides, and emergency preparedness, this online toolkit provides you with up-to-date and innovative resources to promote inclusion, starting from the planning stages of an initiative. Updated frequently by a host of partner organizations, this toolkit is intended to increase your capacity to create programs that benefit entire communities, including people who have disabilities. Feel free to search the toolkit for resources that fit your needs!



Exercising: Mental calculations, making estimates
Play this to improve your arithmetic skills.


Recovery Act Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals-Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry - Predoctoral Training


Recovery Act Funds for Administrative Supplements *Stimulus Funding*


Registered Apprenticeship for Youth and Young Adults with Disabilities Initiative Cooperative Agreement


Rehabilitation Act (Title IV of the Workforce Investment Act)


Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA)


Research on Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions (R21)


Research to Practice: Postsecondary Education Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Institute for Community Inclusion Brief


If you were a former UCEDD or LEND trainee applying for a position at a UCEDD or LEND make sure to mention this.



Do not provide inaccurate or misleading information.



Highlight the experiences most relevant to the position you are seeking.



Explain any gaps in employment.

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