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Champlain Community Services (CCS) provides developmental services and health care to Vermonters with intellectual disabilities (100 individuals in 2019), offering coordinated one-to-one support at work, home, school, and in the community. The goals of this study were to learn which services local primary care practitioners believe to be most beneficial to patients with intellectual disabilities (ID), to identify barriers to developmental services, and to gauge practitioners’ familiarity with CCS.
Stephen Everse PhD
University of Vermont
Champlain Community Services
Area Health Education Centers Program
Access to Health Services, Disability and Health, Educational and Community-Based Programs, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being, Older Adults, Social Determinants of Health
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Carey, Magalie; Eapen, Gia; Fakhri, Adam; Marquis, Taylor; Rathmell, Cara; Russell, Claudia; Wershoven, Nicole; Cote, Elizabeth; Reilly, Mike; and Everse, Stephen, "Primary Care Perceptions: Health Services for Vermonters with Intellectual Disabilities" (2020). Public Health Projects, 2008-present. 294.