- Autism Insurance Resource Center (AIRC)
- Child and Adolescent NeuroDevelopment Initiative (CANDI)
- Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CANDO)
- Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) Program
- Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research (CDDER)
- Health Surveillance for Adults with Intellectual Disability
- Oral Health Disparities
- MA DDS Prevention Conference
- Preventive Health Screenings for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
- Mortality Review
- Quality Assurance Reports
- Constipation and Bowel Obstructions
- Substance Abuse in the Workplace
- Dysphagia, Aspiration, and Choking
- Oral Health Practices
- DDS Safe Transportation of People in Wheelchairs
- Falls Prevention and Intervention Strategies
- Human Rights Training for Self-Advocates
- Human Rights: What Families Need to Know
- Identifying, Healing, and Preventing Pressure Ulcers
- MAP Training Resources
- Opioids and Medications to Treat Opioid Dependence
- Adjunct RIA Training Materials
- Clozapine Therapy Training
- DDS MAP Training Resources
- DMH/DCF MAP Training Resources
- Instructions for Virtual Certification Testing
- MAP Curriculum and Adjunct Training Materials
- MAP Education Tools for Supervisors
- MedSoft© Version 7.0
- Responsibilities in Action Curriculum and Training Materials
- Responsibilities in Action Overview
- Semiannual MAP Trainer Webinar Fall 2017
- Semiannual MAP Trainer Webinar Fall 2019
- Semiannual MAP Trainer Webinar Spring 2018
- Spring 2020 MAP Trainer Webinar
- TestMaster Universe
- Warfarin Sodium Therapy Training
- Mandated Reporting of Abuse and Mistreatment
- Recognizing and Reporting Financial Abuse
- Widening the Circle: Expanding Opportunities for Friendship
- Risk Management in Developmental Disabilities
- Aging with Intellectual and Developmental Disability Trainings
- Adapting to Age-Related Changes in the Home, Day Program, and Community
- Aging and Disability Resource Consortia
- General Aging
- Dementia and IDD
- Launching a Memory Café
- Life Sustaining Treatment Policy
- Guardianship and Aging in Intellectual Disabilities Part I
- Guardianship and Aging in Intellectual Disabilities Case Studies Part II
- Massachusetts Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment (MOLST)
- End of Life Definitions
- Five Wishes
- Fostering Social Inclusion and Community Engagement
- Presentations & Publications
- Our Team
- Division of Neuroinformatics
- Healthy People/Healthy Communities
- Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)
- Neurobehavioral Science and Neurogenetics
- Pathways to Inclusive Health Care Program
- Sibling Support
The Shriver Center offers a wide range of programs that align with our mission. These programs respond to needs of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), their families, students, service providers, researchers, and educators using evidence-based approaches from decades of research and program development.
Autism Insurance Resource Center
The Autism Insurance Resource Center is a program for consumers, providers, employers, and educators on issues related to medical insurance for autism treatment.
CANDI is dedicated to biomarker discovery, neuroimaging, and treatment studies of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism and fragile X.
The Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CANDO) provides comprehensive clinical services to children with autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
The CANS Program offers training, certification, and support to Medicaid-funded behavioral health professionals in Massachusetts who serve children under the age of 21.
The Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research (CDDER), based at the Shriver Center, provides valuable research, evaluation and training services in order to enhance the quality of supports and services for people with intellectual and developmental disability.
Division of Neuroinformatics
Neuroinformatics concerns itself with the information infrastructure (data, computation, models, results) that underlies neuroscience research. In collaboration with the CANDI program, we are searching for brain features that correlate with or predict various developmental outcomes.
Healthy People/Healthy Communities
The Healthy People/Healthy Communities Division at the Shriver Center is devoted to promoting and supporting healthy lifestyles in people with IDD.
INDEX Technical Services provides web development, e-learning development, and accessibility consulting.
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) provides graduate-level interdisciplinary training to improve the health of children and youth with developmental disabilities.
Pathways to Inclusive Health Care Program is an innovative program that trains future healthcare professionals to work with disabled populations.
Siblings of individuals with disabilities face unique challenges, and the sibling experience tends to change over time as siblings age. At the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, we provide support to siblings and other family members of those with disabilities in a variety of ways.