Advice for Professionals from Parents with Disabilities

Advice and Information for Professionals Working with Parents on the Autism Spectrum

Geared toward professionals working with parents on the autism spectrum, this guide outlines ways that medical practitioners, social workers, child welfare workers, and others who work with members of this population can accommodate their clients' needs.

Advice for Professionals Working with Parents with Intellectual Disabilities

Professionals working with parents with intellectual disabilities can use this brief to learn strategies to communicate effectively, provide culturally competent support, and accommodate their clients' needs.

Advice for Professionals from Mothers with Disabilities

In this Twitter chat, mothers with disabilities share their advice for professionals who work with parents with disabilities.

Recommendations for Clinicians Working with Pregnant Women with Physical Disabilities

This brief provides a number of tips that medical practitioners can use when working with mothers with physical disabilities.
National Research Center for Parents with Disabilities