Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Considerations for Caregivers’ and Siblings’ Mental Health webinar
UNMC - BHECN presents:
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Considerations for Caregivers’ and Siblings’ Mental Health
Course ID: 23CE00068
Monday, April 10, 2023
Noon-1 pm (Central)
At the conclusion of this live activity, the participants should be better able to:
Demonstrate knowledge of the currently known impact that intellectual and developmental disabilities can have on families (i.e., parents/guardians and siblings) and the importance of the topic.
Identify care considerations of family members with a child in their home with an intellectual or developmental disability.
Demonstrate knowledge of specific diversity considerations regarding this topic.
Describe known impacts of COVID-19 related to this topic of family mental health of a child with an intellectual or developmental disability.
Kelsey Walker, MS
Predoctoral Intern at Munroe-Meyer Institute
Kelsey Walker is currently a predoctoral intern at the Munroe-Meyer Institute and will receive her PhD in school psychology in August 2023 from the University of Memphis. Kelsey has training in intellectual and developmental disabilities, trauma-informed care, and assessment and treatment of a range of psychological disorders. Kelsey has presented at various conferences and local organizations, such as a preschool in the Memphis area, regarding Autism referrals. Kelsey's interests include developmental/mental health and medical comorbidities, family factors, and taking a strengths-based approach to intervention.
Registration closes on April 9, 2023