The 7 Principles of Universal Design were developed in 1997 by a working group of architects, product designers, engineers and environmental design researchers, led by the late Ronald Mace in the North Carolina State University.
The UDL Guidelines are a tool used in the implementation of Universal Design for Learning, a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.
This resource provides principles and strategies to ensure the full and sustainable inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in health policies and laws, programming, services, training programs, research, and funding streams.
The following resource may assist in creating and using inclusion strategies to improve the health, well-being, and participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of life.
Two new training modules to enhance health care providers’ ability to deliver disability-competent care that is accessible to people with intellectual, mobility, and other disabilities. Offered by the New Hampshire Disability and Public Health Project. Professional development credits available.