American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR)
ANCOR and IntellectAbility’s partnership encompasses sharing resources relating to health and wellness with hundreds of providers of supports and services throughout the country.
Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association (DDNA)
Support Development Associates (SDA)
Support Development Associates is a leader in empowering more person-centered systems and organizations. IntellectAbility teamed up with SDA to co-produce a series of Person-Centered Thinking eLearn courses based on the curriculum of The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices (TLCPCP) thus increasing the accessibility of person-centered thinking training and concepts
StationMD provides telemedicine services to people with IDD. Using IntellectAbility’s Curriculum in IDD Healthcare, their physicians are specially trained to meet their healthcare needs.
Illinois Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (IARF)
IARF is Illinois largest statewide association of community-based providers serving children and adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities and serious mental illnesses. Since 2018, our partnership has been focused on providing better data and outcomes across the state via the Health Risk Screening Tool.
The National Association of QIDPs
NY Alliance for Inclusion and Innovation (NYAll)
Irwin Siegel Agency
Irwin Siegel Agency is the premier Program Administrator of insurance products and risk management solutions for Human and Social Service Organizations.
Friends for Life
Friends for Life is a small agency provider, for individuals with a developmental disability who aspire to live independently.
They believe the individual’s rights are the key to success to promote a better quality of life and well-being.
The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices
The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices (TLCPCP) is a collaborative of agencies, companies, states, and individuals who have come together to ensure best practices in Person-Centered Practices as well as resources such as curriculum, education, conferences, group discussions, and celebrations.
IntellectAbility has partnered with TLCPCP to provide tools and training that empower, educate, and inform those responsible for protecting, maintaining, and restoring health, wholeness, and good quality of life.
The Institute for Exceptional Care
The Institute for Exceptional Care seeks to improve healthcare for people with IDD by improving education for clinicians, promoting insurance products that support neurodiverse-friendly care, and building stronger community connections to community-based services and supports.