Recent Updates

September 14, 2015

Like all of us, people with disabilities may need support to understand health information, communicate with their clinicians and manage their daily health needs. Supported Health Care Decision-Making allows adults with disabilities to name trusted supporters to help them access health care, understand medical information and make medical decisions. To learn more about Supported Health Care Decision-Making, view the brief videos and accompanying materials below, and access the provided links.                                                                             


October 08, 2013

Clarissa Kripke, MD, FAAFP, Director
Gerri Collins-Bride, RN, MS, ANP, FAAN, Director of Clinical Education and Training
Zoe Collins, Psy.D., Team Clinical Psychologist
Jo Cummins, Program Coordinator
Patricia Mejia, Community Liaison