My Lived iD is a hub for people with intellectual
disability, their families, carers and health care
It has been created by the Centre for Developmental
The Centre for Developmental Disability Heath (CDDH) provides support and information to people with intellectual disability and their families and supports in Victoria.
Through many years of bridging the relationship between health and disability, CDDH, a state-wide Centre of Excellence that provides specialist medical care for Victorians with intellectual and/or developmental disability, is aware of and concerned about the lack of information on mental health services available to people with intellectual disability.
In 2020, CDDH received funding from the Commonwealth Department of Health to develop an online Hub for people with intellectual disability, and their families and carers to access mental health care.
In addition, the Hub will host relevant resource and training for health care professionals, with the aim of building the health sector’s capacity to respond to people with intellectual disability and better support their mental health.
The Hub’s mission is to make a difference.
Our mission is to provide information and resources that are trustworthy, up to date, accessible, inclusive that meets your needs and to make a measurable difference in the mental health and wellbeing of people with intellectual disability, their families, carers and supports.
Nothing about us without us
The CDDH knows that people with intellectual disability are experts in their own lives.
That’s why people with intellectual disability were involved in the development of My Lived iD. They helped to make decisions about how the Hub works, what it looks like and what information it has on it.
Commonwealth Department of Health – Community Hub
Monash Health – Centre of Development Disability Health
My Lived iD Project Steering Committee – Sector
My Lived iD Project Advisory Committee – Lived Experience
My Lived iD Content Review and Endorsement Panel