Recognize, Report, Respond (R3) – Co-Designing a Technology-Based System With and For People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Source: APS Technical Assistance Resource Center

Published: 2022

Summary:

The second in a series of podcasts which share promising practices and innovations from various APS programs who have received Administration for Community Living (ACL) discretionary grants. In this podcast, Jennifer Spoeri, APS TARC Subject Matter Expert, Mariah Freark, Deputy General Counsel for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Disabled Persons Protection Commission (DPPC), John Mullaly and Brian Kelley, both with MASS Advocates (Massachusetts Advocates Standing Strong), discuss the person-centered, collaborative co-design/development/implementation of an enhanced technology-based abuse education and reporting system called, “Recognize, Report, Respond (R3)” for use by people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Link: Recognize, Report, Respond (R3) – Co-Designing a Technology-Based System With and For People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Topics: Mandatory Reporting, Overview/General, Screening/Assessment

Access: Web-based

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning

Audience: Social Services

Level: Basic, Intermediate

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