Intellectual Disabilities

CreateAbility offers a suite of Apps that cover a variety of needs for people with intellectual disabilities and behavioral / mental health issues.  This suite covers: emotional surveillance and emotional regulation, goal tracking and accomplishment, task prompting and reminders, employment discovery and exploration, and communication with staff or other individuals. Here is how they work...
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Amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic and directly on the tail of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2020, The National Council on Disabilities published their “Progress Report on National Disability Policy” which charts the progress and setbacks of employment within the disabilities population here in the U.S. In it, a...
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The pandemic was particularly hard on community-based living that were already facing staff shortages before its arrival in 2020. As we transition back to work, current care providers and job coaches have their plates more-than-full as provider and agency administrators scramble to add additional staff members to meet demand. Technology can play a very helpful...
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Through life, we have all had job opportunities that were fulfilling – and job opportunities that we were happy to leave in the past. With both extremes, it is important to analyze what was and was not fulfilling so that we carry that knowledge forward in life. When we peel back the layers of both...
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CreateAbility has been utilizing avatar led communications for several years now and the data that has emerged from our clients has proven that it can be helpful to both the care provider and the person being served, alike.   Here are a few of the top reasons avatar-led communications are yielding successful results within the IDD population:  It increases data integrity.  When...
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Many researchers have studied positive psychology and what it means for humans to “flourish”. Professor Martin Seligman surveyed thousands of individuals and studied outcomes regarding the facets of positive psychology and what cultivates wellbeing in our lives. From the results, he devised the acronym “PERMAH” to reflect what seemed to be the most important influential...
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The Charles Lea Center, located in Spartansburg, South Carolina, helps people with intellectual disabilities and chronic medical conditions and helps them work to their fullest potential. Their services are based on the principles of person-centered thinking that looks at the strengths of each person and uses those skills to promote greater independence. MeMinder is a...
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Our team at CreateAbility is always examining challenges in the IDD space from the perspective of technology. While we know that technology should never be a total replacement for the meaningful connection that DSPs have with their person served; we understand how technology can help DSPs optimize their time and save agencies money.  Most importantly, technology...
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1.) Assistive Technology affords the person being served the ability to have their plans in front of them at all times.    Antiquated, printed copies of care plans on are not mobile - and are not as easily changed as the person-served accomplishes their goals. Assistive technology grants individuals with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to feel more a part of the planning process as they...
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Hi, I’m Steve Sutter, and I have problems saying no.  (Others: “Hi, Steve…”) What’s worse is that because I can’t say no, I say yes. I say yes, A LOT. It seems that the only people that I say no to are those that I love and care for the most. That’s something I know...
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