Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities: A Unique Population

Adults with developmental disabilities are living longer, healthier, more meaningful lives. Within the past seven years, advancements in medicine and public policy changes, along with a societal push for inclusion, have provided physicians with an opportunity to play a pivotal role in promoting, managing, and delivering care that supports a high quality of life for older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).  Read more about the latest information about the age-related health issues that affect people with I/DD.

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