Women with disabilities encounter high levels of violence and trauma in their lives. Learn more about this issue in the University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration's Impact Newsletter.
Culturally Responsive Teaching is used to connect students’ cultural knowledge, prior experiences, and performance styles to promote learning while recognizing what students already know.
The Forensic Assertive Community Treatment is an adaptation of the traditional assertive community treatment (ACT) model. This update describes how Forensic ACT supports people with serious mental illness who are involved with the criminal justice system and provides information about the related research. This journal article also describes Forensic Assertive Community Treatment. [...]
This research brief is based on data collected for the Family Options Study. The Family Options Study was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The study involves 2,282 homeless families with children who entered shelter between late 2010 and early 2012 in one of twelve communities across the country. [...]
Professionals from oganizations supporting people who are elderly can use this toolkit for staff training.
Check and Connect can be used when a student is becoming increasingly disengaged with school and who may be at risk of dropping out. The Check and Connect practice helps students by pairing them with a caring & trained adult who who both advocates for and challenges the young person to continue educational pursuits. [...]
Learn more about Individual Placement and Support, an evidence-based practice for helping people with behavioral health issues succeed in competitive employment settings. The IPS Learning Community uses data for decision making.
This website page provides information about Motivational Interviewing. This document provides information about the research evidence that supports the use of Motivational Interviewing.