Our national partners provide vast and unique resources to help strengthen HealthMeet® programs and promote the health of people with intellectual disability, including people with autism. These partners provide trainings resources and technical assistance to HealthMeet® staff on a wide variety of project activities, disseminate HealthMeet® and health promotion tools to their networks, provide guidance on HealthMeet® activities and objectives, and promote connections between local, state, and national health resources. Check out our partners to find out more about the work that each does to promote the health of those with intellectual disability!
Therap Services, LLC
Therap Services, LLC provides web-based solutions for the documentation, reporting, billing, and communication needs of agencies that provide support to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Therap provides services providers in more than forty-seven states as well as directly to 10 states. Therap's application is used by a wide range of team members including case managers, clinicians, nurses, direct support professionals, family members, and individuals receiving supports.
The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities
The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, New Jersey’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service, is part of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Department of Pediatrics. The Center emphasizes a community-based, lifespan approach to meeting the concerns of people with developmental disabilities and their families and to promote the independence, productivity, and full inclusion of people with developmental disabilities. To achieve this, The Boggs Center provides community and student training and technical assistance, conducts research, and disseminates educational materials surrounding critical issues impacting people with developmental disabilities.
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Developmental Disabilities and Health (RRTCDD)
The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Developmental Disabilities and Health (RRTCDD) aims to increase understanding of health status, health access, and health behaviors for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Additionally, the RRTCDD seeks to improve health and function through health promotion interventions; and, improve health care access through integrated care practices. The RRTCDD provides information on the latest research, model programs, and policy issues pertaining to this population. Training and technical assistance opportunities, conferences, and available resources can be found at www.RRTCDD.org.