Re-envisioning Care for People with Involved Disabilities: Shifting the Paradigm

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This is the first video in a four-part series. Click here to watch the next video and learn about the values of the independent living model.

Learning Objectives: At the end of this activity, you will be able to:
  • Discuss how and why people with disabilities built a movement for independent living
  • Recognize the features of a person-centered model of care.

Description: In the first video of a four-part series, people with involved disabilities share the barriers they face in accessing primary care in traditional settings. The foundation for building a primary care delivery system that is accessible and responsive, they’ll explain, requires a different set of values.

Discussion Questions:

  1. What are some of the barriers you have perceived for people with disabilities in accessing health care?
  2. What are some of the opportunities and challenges you see in your work, for advancing care that respects consumer expertise and self-determination?

For more resources to support care redesign efforts for people with involved disabilities and other complex health and social needs, visit the Better Care Playbook and the Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation.

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