The ethical, medical management and psychosocial issues for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who face death, grief and loss can be complex. This two-hour educational program focuses on the critical challenges of providing and accessing optimal end-of-life care and bereavement support for this population. Note: The focus of this program is on intellectual disability and generally does not include developmental disabilities where cognitive function is unimpaired.
- Marisa C. Brown, MSN, RN
- Kenneth J. Doka, PhD, MDiv
- Tawara D. Goode, MA
- Matthew P. Janicki, PhD
- Leigh Ann Kingsbury, MPA
- Teresa T. Moro, AM, LSW
- Elizabeth Perkins, PhD, RNMH
- Rick Rader, MD, FAAIDD
to registered individuals for 1 year after purchase
video is approximately two hours
2 CEs are available for a variety of professional boards - Board approval list
Included in cost of registration
HFA now offers CE credits for multiple participants through most Self-Study (DVD or online) courses! Contact HFA at 202-457-5811 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about CEs for multiple participants. Program access fees remain the same; CEs are included in course fees for the registered user and are $12 per additional participant per course.* Please note that self-study courses accommodate individual learners only unless prior arrangements are made through HFA for additional certificates.