Key Info

Location:

Videoconferencing

When:

Fridays Weekly

Time

9:30-11:00 AM EST

Target Audience:

Healthcare Providers/Developmental Service Professionals with Experience Working with Adults with or Suspected of Having IDD

Start Date:

January 14, 2021

Session Structure:

Introductions & Announcements
(10 Minutes)

Didactic Presentation on a Weekly Topic
(30 Minutes)

Case Discussion
(45 Minutes)

Library Questions & Wrap-Up
(5 Minutes)

Commitment:

Attend Weekly Sessions
(At Least 60%)

Participate in Group Discussions

Present a Client Case

Provide Feedback Through Evaluation Activities

Hub Team:

Sanjeev Sockalingam
Psychiatrist/Co-Lead

Yona Lunsky
Psychologist/Co-Lead

Anupam Thakur
Psychiatrist

Kendra Thomson
Behaviour Analyst

Nicole Bobbette
Occupational Therapist

Angela Gonzales
Advanced Practice Nurse

Ullanda Niel
Family Physician

Nadia Mia
Social Worker

Gill Lefkowitz
Family Advisor

Victor Periera
Self Advocate

ECHO OntarioAdult Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities: Moving Forward

ECHO Ontario Adult Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (AIDD) addresses the intersection of intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD) in adults and mental health concerns. 

This program is for mental health/primary care providers and developmental service providers who support adults with IDD. The curriculum will specifically address the mental health challenges that this population can face as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

This ECHO supports healthcare providers in applying the 2018 Canadian consensus guidelines on primary care for adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities from Canadian Family Physician. 

Sample Curriculum Schedule

#1

Our Wellness & Self-Care

#2


Aging and Dementia

#3

Understanding and Addressing Trauma

#4

Revisiting Mental Health & Wellbeing During the Pandemic

#5

Grief & Loss: Practical Strategies

#6

Learning from Self-Advocates & Families