Case Studies
GMS Training with Youth Before the Latin American Regional Games in Panama City, April 2017
Inclusive Health case studies from around the country
Union County, OH: Learn how to leverage partnerships to advance inclusion and create healthier communities.
Philadelphia, PA: Learn how health departments can leverage their role as a trusted community convener.
Oregon: Learn how to ensure cessation resources and assistance are accessible for all.


Clinton County, NY: Learn how to engage local advocates and community members in adopting inclusive preparedness competencies.
Alabama: Learn how to advance best practices for adapted school-based physical education and expand health-promoting opportunities.
The Monday Mile program serves the entire Syracuse community giving everyone the same opportunity to improve their health.
After assessing their current products for accessibility for people with disabilities, FlagHouse developed a variety of solutions that were both profitable to the company and beneficial to people with intellectual disabilities.
An inclusive health promotion program called Health Partners was created by adapting the Healthy Lifestyles for People with Disabilities curriculum out of the Oregon Health and Science University. Health Partners served pairs of people (or “health partners”) that included a person with intellectual disabilities and a person without intellectual disabilities.
To integrate the voices of people with intellectual disabilities into the medical school curriculum, ULSOM chose to engage in a Photovoice project designed to highlight advice from people with intellectual disabilities to medical students and include their perspectives about health.
In 2017, CUSOM implemented an intellectual and developmental disabilities curriculum for 21 medical students during their core clinical year at the Colorado Springs Branch (CSB) regional medical campus.
OHC’s program begins to address the fear, bias and lack of knowledge at the early stages of a young doctor’s education. The program provides experiences with families and individuals where they learn first-hand about the challenges that come with medical care.
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