The Adult with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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The Adult with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
A Resource Tool for Nutrition Professionals – 2008©
A Publication of Behavioral Health Nutrition
Copyright 2008 Behavioral Health Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

This resource tool is designed to provide an overview of nutrition in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It contains descriptions of IDD Diagnoses, Inherited Metabolic Disorders, and Common Nutritional Concerns in IDD and information and guidelines on nutrition assessment, common medication actions, dysphagia and mealtime issues, and intervention approaches and practice tips. Content was created, compiled and donated by BHN Nutrition Professionals.

The resource guide is offered as a downloadable set of PDF files. You will be able to scan, search, view and print selected sections of the resource guide using your Adobe Acrobat. The download also contains a copy of ADA Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for Registered Dietitians (Generalist, Specialty, and Advanced) in Behavioral Health Care.

Included Files:
BHN IDD Resource Tool – PDF Format – (209 pages)
SOP-SOPP in BHN – PDF Format – (29 pages)

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1 review for The Adult with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Margaret

    Louise,Thank you for posting these figninds. For, this article demonstrates why parents must try to find a balance between protectionism and helping their kids aquire the necessary skills to live a fulfulling life well into adulthood.Nonetheless, I will be the first one to admit, “We must learn more about those with severe or multiple disabilities. For, as it stands now, there remains a huge divide between our understanding of mild, moderate, and severe disability. I also believe that parents and children create this division, simply wanting to belong, but the truth is, ‘we are the ones pushing others away instead of bringing them together.'”Matt Kamaratakis

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