People with intellectual disability experience significant health inequality.

Building the capacity of the health and disability workforce is an important step in addressing this inequity.

The Centre for Developmental Disability Health (CDDH) has a range of clinical guidelines, resources and fact sheets designed to assist health professionals meet the health needs of people with disability.

The Council for Intellectual Disability (CID) has developed fact sheets for families and health professionals that can assist in providing mental health support to people with intellectual disability.

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One Day at a Time

One Day at a Time is a resource to help families promote their child’s development. The manuals offer hands-on activities organised under key developmental areas.

Connecting Me tool kit

This tool kit was developed to increase community inclusion for people with disability and their families.