Interviewing Intellectual Disabilities Podcast

This 11-12 minute webinar will provide healthcare workers with a basic understanding of the most appropriate methods to interview a patient with intellectual or developmental disabilities that will allow the healthcare worker to obtain information while maintaining the dignity of the patient.

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Jennifer Halloran received a Master Degree in Social Work from Indiana University and is currently a licensed social worker in the state of Indiana. While at IU she was awarded the Health Resource Service Administration Transitional Aged Youth fellowship which afforded her specialized training in the area of transitional-age persons 16 to 25 years old who are at risk for mental illness, substance abuse, trauma, and suicide. Jennifer’s primary treatment focus is on teens with mood disorders. She also has extensive experience working with young adults on the autism spectrum. Her previous work experience includes lead social thinking coordinator for College Internship Program and coordinating two group homes for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Jennifer is currently employed at Milestones Clinical and Health Resources a division of Stone Belt as a therapist and behavioral clinician.