MO DMH-DD COVID-19 Webpage

Click here to view the Missouri Department of Mental Health’s Division of Developmental Disabilities webpage that provides COVID-19 Updates as Available. This page includes current and pending guidance, DD Operation Specific Guidance, Videos and Resources, as well as links to register for Weekly Webinar Question/Answer Sessions.

COVID-19 and People with IDD: Impact, Prevention and Action

Click here for free, helpful helpful resources provided by Health Risk Screening (HRS). As the situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19) develops, HRS is committed to providing those who work in the field of IDD supports with practical, sensible, and usable health information regarding identifying those at most risk and steps that can be taken to reduce the severity of the impact of this disease.

Fatal Five Fundamentals: Infections Video

Click here for a free 22min training video on “Infections”, taken from Health Risk Screening’s larger Fatal Five eLearn series.

Easy to read booklet about the Coronavirus is from SARTAC

Click here for an easy to read booklet about the Coronavirus from SARTAC. SARTAC is the Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center. This booklet was created by Green Mountain Self-Advocates, a SARTAC partner.

It is in English and Spanish. It was written by and for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It focuses on “need to know” information (not “nice to know” information).

IDD Help

Click here for information about services related to intellectual and developmental disabilities in the St. Louis Region.

DD Awareness Month web page and Facebook page!

Click here to view the DD Awareness Month web page.

Click here to view the DD Awareness Month Facebook page.

31st Annual Summer Geriatric Institute

Age-Friendly Health Systems and Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Facilitator Certificate Training. Click here for more information on the 31st Annual Summer Geriatric Institute.

Saint Louis University’s Gateway Geriatric Education Center

Click here to visit the Saint Louis University's Gateway Geriatric Education Center.

Speakers Series at SLU for Caregivers of Dementia

If you or a loved one is a family or professional caregiver/care-partner in the community, the Memory Clinic Speakers Series at Saint Louis University is available to you.  This free speaker series occurs the first Monday of the month from 9 am to 10 am at Saint Louis University 3700 Lindell Blvd. Morrissey Hall Suite 0002.  There will be an activity hour available for loved ones of caregivers during this time. Coffee and a light breakfast will be provided.  The contact number for questions and/or directions is 314-977-9759 or you can email memoryclinic@health.slu.edu.

Age in Action Quarterly Newsletters

Click here to view newsletters.

Caring.com

Visit caring.com, a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in the United States that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community.

Paying for Senior Care

Aging Americans are struggling to pay for assisted living, home care and other forms of long term care. Our mission is to solve this puzzle by providing tools, information and creative ideas which help families and caregivers discover the means to care for their elderly loved ones. Visit payingforseniorcare.com for more information.

Retirement Living

Retirement Living is an advocate for seniors and their loved ones by offering buyers guides and resources on retirement planning and senior living. Visit their website at: www.retirementliving.com.

Senior Wellness

Seniors have unique needs when it comes to vitality. The purpose of SeniorWellness.info is to encourage older individuals to enjoy this chapter of life. Visit SeniorWellness.info for more information.

Birth Injury Justice Center

Visit www.childbirthinjuries.com to learn about various birth injuries, cerebral palsy, and Erb’s palsy, as well as resources that are available to individuals who have experienced disabilities caused by physical birth injuries. The Birth Injury Justice Center’s mission is to provide legal information and guidance and serve all families with disabilities caused by physical birth injuries.

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