Organizations and Resources
Our work would not be possible without the cooperation of many organizations. Below is a listing of many who provide resources for trainees, families, and others who are interested in working with individuals with disabilities.
Maternal & Child Health invests in lifelong learning with information to encourage students to enter MCH professions or continuing education for practicing professionals.
AUCD - Association of University Centers on Disabilities is a network of interdisciplinary centers advancing policy and practice.
American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities promotes policies, research, effective practices, and university rights.
United Cerebral Palsy educates, advocates, and provides support services to ensure a life without limits.
National Center for Cultural Competence works to increase capacity of health and mental health care programs.
South Main Clinic , University of Utah Health Department offers primary care services and is a resource for trainees who participate in hearing screenings and information seminars. The clinic provides services primarily to Latino populations.
www.mchleads.com is the MCH Trainee Blog connecting Maternal and Child Health students.
These organizations can provide hands-on help, information, or other resources.
Medical Home Portal is a source of reliable information about children and youth with special health care needs, with a "one-stop shop" for families, caregivers, and providers/professionals.
The Arc promotes and protects human rights of people with disabilities and supports their participation in the community.
Web Aim provides web accessibility learning, technical assistance, certification, evaluation, and related resources. Articles, videos and blogs are included along with Section 508 web accessibility and WCAG checklists.
Caregiver Supports and Resources provides tips and information, including programs to get paid to provide care.
Inclusive Public Health Quarterly is an online publication highlighting the latest news from the National Center on Disability in Public Health.