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Resources – Health Promotion in Health Care Settings – Disability Services Providers

This short guide has a checklist of accessibility features to ensure healthcare facilities and exam rooms are accessible for all patients. It also provides suggested accommodations for patients who have hearing, vision, speech, or cognitive disabilities. The guide is available in large print and Spanish.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Disability and Health Branch website has information and resources for persons with disabilities, their families, service providers, and healthcare providers.
Commit to Inclusion is a global campaign to end the exclusion of people with disabilities from physical activity and other associated areas by encouraging guidelines and programming that empower people with disabilities to lead healthy, active lives. Their website has resources to make organiztions more inclusive in the areas of communication, physical activity, healthy eating, and nutrition.
Offers guidelines for health care professionals to use in providing health maintenance examinations for adults with developmental disabilities.
This guide provides physicians and other healthcare professionals with a simple, fast, and effective tool for encouraging people with disabilities to integrate physical activity into their daily lives.
HealthMeet is an initiative of the ARC to address health disparities and increase the quality of life of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Their website has reports, factsheets, and toolkits for consumers with intellectual disabilities, their families, disability service providers and healthcare professionals.
Provides guidelines for the provision of primary and preventive health care for children and adults with variety of developmental disability diagnosis.