Aging and Developmental Disabilities
The population of aging individuals with developmental disabilities is increasing nationally. This puts new strains on care giving families, who are also aging, thus requiring new types of services as they become unable to provide informal supports. The range of issues encompasses living arrangements, person-centered retirement planning, relationship development, health care planning, and decision making.
Past Aging and Developmental Disabilities projects:
Interdisciplinary Center on Aging and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Resources for Aging with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Missouri
Aging with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Trends and Best Practices
Partnering with: Administration on Developmental Disabilities