|21 Frames Per Second|
This short film, directed by Samuel George, tells the story of a man with Down syndrome who begins to explore the world outside of the cinema and the theatres he frequents.
|A Gift From God|
A Gift From God, directed by Asma Ahmed Khouri, tells the story of one family with a child with Down Syndrome in the United Arab Emirates, where children with disabilities are often viewed as shameful and embarrassing.
|Abuse and Neglect of Children and Adults with Developmental Disabilities|
This comprehensive CD-ROM consists of 13 self-paced instructional modules which address the complex issues related to abuse and neglect of children and adults with developmental disabilities.
|Accommodating Employees with Disabilities|
This is a training prgraom on a DVD which shows common examples of how to recognize and respond to requests for job accomodations in familiar job settings.
|ADA Building Blocks: web-course|
The ADA Basic Building Blocks is an introductory web course that explores the legal requirements and the spirit of the ADA.
|Addressing Cognitive and Functional Decline|
This CD is about aging with intellectual disability.
|Assistive Technology Literature Database|
The Assistive Technology Literature Database provides a very complete listing of research that has been done about the technologies being used by persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
|Autism and Law Enforcement: Roll Call Briefing|
This video demonstrates the best ways to assist a person with autism who is calling for help in an emergency. It is based on the guidance and direction of experienced law enforcement and first response advisors.
|Autism and Me|
This is an award-winning short film by Rory Hoy, an 18-year-old filmmaker with autism. It provides a picture into his autistic world, letting us take a journey through his everyday experience and see it through his eyes.
This film is about 3 young adults with disabilities, and shows them at work and home. It explains their lives, hopes and dreams for the future.
|Breaking Down Barriers|
Multi-media package to assist school personnel in considering the needs of students with disabilities about technology purchases or use. It can help students have access to technology-based learning opportunities.
|Consumer Direction in Personal Assistance, Home Care Training|
Training for Personal Assistants supporting persons who are disabled or disabled/elderly and direct their own care.
This is a website where people with disabilities can learn about living a healthy life. Visitors can either read or listen to the information. There are also sections for families and service providers.
|Dealing with Challenging Behavior|
This CD-ROM reviews basic behavior change principles. It provides trainining and strategies for defining and monitoring behavior, functional analysis and using positive reinforcement as a tool for behavior change.
Distributes 500 resources on major disability subjects. Our award-winning videos and CDs range from Advocacy, Assistive Technology and Autism ... to Learning and Physical Disabilities, Parenting, Special Education and Staff Development.
|Dollars & Sense|
These CD-ROMs use real life examples to teach about living within a budget.
|DSP Certification: Who, How, and Why?|
This CD introduces the idea of credentialing DSPs who understand how to support people who have both intellectual and mental health disabilities.
|Ed Roberts: Wheelchair Genius|
A CD-ROM about Ed Roberts, an important civil rights leader for people with disabilities. The content is written for younger readers.
|Existing Facility Checklist|
A practical, how-to multi-media training tool to help you comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act for removing physical barriers.
|Falls and People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities CD|
This is a training tool for DSPs. It is intended to reduce the number of falls for adults with developmental disabilities.
|Getting It Right|
Training DVD teaches staff how to interact and relate to people with disabilities. Participants walk away with a changed attitude and new learned behavior.
|Hallmarks of Good Mental Health DVD|
This DVD is about mental health. It is meant for adolescents but has good ideas for everyone.
|How to Use a Psychiatrist|
This CD is about what to expect from a psychiatrist.
|Intellectual Disability and Sexual Expression: Understanding and Protecting Needs, Knowledge, and Rights|
This CD proposes a person-centered approach to teaching people about sex.
A documentary film about a curriculum that is designed to help children understand physical disabilities. It is available on DVD in two versions: a home/personal version and an educational/institutional version.
|Leadership in the History of the Developmental Disabilities Movement|
A multimedia, wiki website on leadership in the history of the developmental disabilities movement.
|Making Your Case|
Internet-based learning program supporting advocacy by and for people with disabilities.
|My Life, My Choice|
A DVD about seven adults with disabilities who have taken their futures into their own hands. They live in Windsor, Ontario (Canada) and are tired of relying on a limited number of programs and services to direct their lives.
|My Lifebook: Future Planning for People with Developmental Disabilities|
"My Lifebook" is a DVD/CD and illustrated scrapbook that helps people with developmental disabilities and their families record the past and present, and plan for the future.
|National Caregiver Training Program|
This training teaches people how to provide personal care. There are many units that have curriculum guides and DVDs.
|Ohio County Board of MR/DD Internet Orientation Program|
A convenient, standardized, flexible, and web-based training is intended for employees of Ohio County Boards of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities (OCBMR/DD) This curriculum is used by staff working in the areas of adult services, case man
Provides quality online web-based training in a multimedia format that is interesting and informative.
|Open Futures CD-ROM: Role Models for Youth with Disabilities|
This CD-Rom lets young people with disabilities see adults with disabilities in the working world.
|Peace of Mind for You and Your Relative with a Disability|
The Peace of Mind CD-ROM is based on the best selling book, A Good Life for You and Your Relative with a Disability. It contains stories, testimonials, tips and worksheets to help with future and financial planning.
|Policy approaches to framing social inclusion and social exclusion: An overview|
This report explains the need, and pushes for better social inclusion policy.
|Positioning, Turning and Transferring|
This video(DVD)teaches staff some basic principles of body mechanics, positioning techniques and guidelines, as well as the importance of dignity and respect. It covers privacy, and maintaining a sense of control for the person with the disability.
|Prevention of Abuse and Neglect Online Course|
This online course is designed for DSPs and other professionals who provide support to adults with DD. The goal of the course is to help individuals and organization crafts an environment that prevents abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
|Revisiting the Vision: Selected Works of Burton Blatt|
This media package features classic works of one of the greatest visionaries of our time.
|Self-Management and Self-Determination Strategies:Promoting Independence in the Transition to Adult Life|
An online course to teach you how to promote transition-aged students' self-management and self-determination skills.
|Serving Crime Victims with Disabilities|
These videos focus on meeting the needs of people with physical and developmental disabilities who have been victims of crime -- a problem sometimes ignored by government and community agencies.
|Social Disabilities in the Workplace|
This is a CD about helping people whose disabilities make it hard to "fit-in" at work.
|Stand up and tell them: Views from the frontline of long-term care|
In this video, direct care workers talk about their real life experiences as home health and nursing home aides. Follow the web link to watch this video online.
|Symbols for Life|
Symbols for Life is a USB flash drive which holds over 2500 photos and symbols which you can use to support the meaning of text for people with developmental disabilities. Words on their own can be confusing.
|The Community Imperative|
A video record of a national conference held in 2002 affirming the rights of people with developmental disabilities to live in the community.
|The Inclusive Rec Resource Ctr: Helping All People Play Wherever They Choose|
This CD is a webinar about recreation.
|The State of the States in Developmental Disabilities|
Nationwide and state-by-state report on services and supports for people with developmental disabilities. Examines revenue, spending, and programmatic trends in each state and the nation.
|Through the Same Door: Inclusion Includes College|
A 25-minute film about Micah Fialka-Feldman, a college student at Michigan's Oakland University, who has a cognitive disability. This film highlights inclusion in college settings.
|Update on Psychotropics and Elders with ID|
This CD is about perhaps not giving more medicine to older persons with intellectual disabilities along with changes in behavior.
|Utah Young Adult Panel 2007|
A video of a panel of youth with disabilities in Utah, and their recommendations to doctors when transitioning youth with disabilities.
|VISION LIBRARY FOR ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE|
Eleven CD-ROM slide presentation developed for training on inclusion. Futures planning, positive behavioral supports, leadership, universal language, sensitivity training, active learning systems, age appropriateness and supported routines.
|Vision Library for Enhancing Quality of Life CD-ROM|
This CD-rom has many PowerPoint slides. They are about improving quality of life for people with disabilities.
|Web Calendar of Disability Related Events|
Web Calendar of Disability Related Events: Online Events, International Events, National Events and Events in Illinois. Free publishing for any event that is relevant to a disabled community and disabled community research.
|Who Wants to Live for a Million Years? HIV/AIDS Prevention for use by adults with developmental disabilities|
Protecting oneself from HIV and AIDS is an ongoing challenge for anyone, and for people with disabilities, it can be especially challenging. This CD/ROM provides explicit prevention information and tools needed to help keep safe.
|Whose Life is it Anyway? A Look at Person-Centered Planning & Transition|
A CD-ROM is about person-centered planning for transition-aged students.
|Work Out DVDs|
These DVDs are about staying healthy through exercise.
WorkWORLD is free decision support software for personal computers that is designed to be used by people with disabilities, advocates, benefit counselors, and others.