Improving Access to Health Care for People with Disabilities

DREDF releases self-directed health care training modules for aging and disability organizations. Improving Access to Health Care for People with Disabilities is intended to help senior, disability, and affinity organizations to develop their capacity to assist people with disabilities access health care and long-term services and supports (LTSS). This tool will also increase the organizational capacity of senior, disability, and affinity organizations to advise Medicaid Managed Care Organizations about methods to assure access, equal and effective treatment, and appropriate accommodations for members and others with disabilities. October 2014

Welcome to the Course (read first)

 
Module # 1: Overview—Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Module # 2: Introduction to Disability

Module # 3: Effective Communication

Module # 4: Physical Access to Health Care

Module # 5: Policies and Procedures—Components of Programmatic Access in Health Care

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  1. Robert Goodman

    I am working with health care providers to help them improve they way they communicate with people with disabilities and comply with the ADA and 504. I am interested in knowing if I can use your training modules for my training. Thank you. Robert

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