Developmental Disabilities Program Committee

To represent the interests of all CFPC members providing care to people with Developmental Disabilities, including those for whom this is part of their broad scope family practice and those with a special interest or focused practice.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at [email protected].

This page contains relevant College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) material, web resources, papers and clinical practice guidelines for physicians who have a special interest in providing care to people with Developmental Disabilities.

Disclaimer:  Most of the materials on this site have come from external sources. The CFPC is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability of application of these materials. Users wishing to verify this information should consult directly with the identified sources. The information on this site does not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the CFPC.

For a list of recent references on developmental disabilities, updated monthly, click here.

FMF Presentations

Adolescents and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The The Developmental Disabilities Primary Care Program has brought together clinicians with expertise in the care of adults with developmental disabilities (DD) to improve primary care and quality of life for these persons. With leadership and coordination from Surrey Place Centre, and funding from the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and Surrey Place Centre Foundation, Guidelines and Tools have been developed to help primary care providers to follow best practices in the care of these patients.
The Family Medicine Curriculum Resource (download print or web version) integrates case-based modules with a faculty handbook to assist teachers of these modules. It was developed by members of the DDPCI Curriculum Working Group chaired by Ian Casson, Queen’s University.
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