The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine is the only free-standing rehabilitation faculty in North America.
Our satellite campuses in Camrose and Calgary make us a successful model of Campus Alberta.
Pursuing your best is our mission statement. It not only describes our students and faculty in their academic and professional careers, but also the patients and clients they work with.
We are a research leader in the following areas: musculoskeletal health, neuroscience, aging and rehabilitation technology, among others.
To date, the Faculty boasts over 6,500 alumni.
The following are the current FDSI projects with a focus on supporting parents with intellectual disabilities:
Mothers with Intellectual Disabilities from Different Cultural Communities: A Narrative Study
The voices of mothers with intellectual disabilities from minority cultures in Quebec, Canada through narrative inquiry.
Child Welfare Process and Outcomes: Caregiver Cognitive Impairment Caregiver Cognitive Impairment
Secondary analysis of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS-2003) core-data.
Browse through selected projects and publications with a focus on supporting parents with an intellectual disability. Feel free to contact us for access to further reports or publications.
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