Well and Able - Improving the Physical Health of People with Intellectual Disability (edX)

Well and Able - Improving the Physical Health of People with Intellectual Disability (edX)
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Well and Able - Improving the Physical Health of People with Intellectual Disability (edX)
Learn how to help those with intellectual disability achieve better health. This health course will examine the specific physical health issues that affect people with an intellectual disability including, oral health, syndrome specific health issues, health communication, especially for non-verbal patients, sexual health, and interactions between tertiary and primary healthcare systems. There is a special section on complex care including issues associated with aging and spasticity, and the health impacts of epilepsy.

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This course is open to anyone, but will be of particular relevance to those in the field of medical, allied health, and disability. It can also be used as workforce education for medical professionals in this field.




This course is part of the Intellectual Disability Healthcare XSeries.


What you'll learn:

- common health conditions

- health assessments and health promotion

- oral health

- syndrome specific health issues

- Complex care associated with aging, epilepsy and spasticity


Course Syllabus


Health and Intellectual Disability

1.0 Health disadvantage

1.1 Health inequality

1.2 Early mortality

1.3 Visibility

1.4 Cultural disadvantage

2.0 Common health issues

2.1 Falls and injuries


Health checks and presentations

3.0 Health assessments

3.1 Health assessments in primary care

3.2 Children and assessment

3.3 Assessment issues – doctors

4.0 Syndromes

4.1 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

4.2 Prader Willi syndrome

4.3 Fragile X syndrome

4.4 Down syndrome


Accessing care

5.0 The healthcare continuum

5.1 Social and mental health

5.2 People in prison

5.3 Medical emergencies

6.0 Healthcare communication

7.0 Healthcare decision making

7.1 Involving the person

7.2 Involving the family

7.3 Involving the health practitioner

8.0 Consent


Health promotion

9.0 Promoting health

9.1 Oral health

9.2 Mental health support

9.3 Children and mental health

9.4 Sexual health

10.0 Case study



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