Standards of Practice
Standards for Developmental Disability Nursing
PANDDA Position Statements
Nursing Practice: Supporting People with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities
Health and People with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities
Developmental Disability Nursing
Standards for Professional Practice
Nursing Practice and People with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities
As a registered or enrolled nurse you have completed an education pathway to gain your qualification. You now have to demonstrate annually that your have maintained your skills. The PANDDA Portfolio documents will assist you in maintaining your records for yearly re-registration as a nurse.
Links to National Services
Links to government services in all States/Territories in Australia.
Reports, Articles and Resource Lists
The lists contain reports, articles and resources that relate to Itellectual Disability Nursing both nationally and internationally.
Videos on Accessing Health Services
Each video is 7 to 10 minutes long, has summary points and links to further resources.
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Practice Package - Nursing and Health Care
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Council of Australian Governments Standing Council on Community, Housing and Disability Services (SCCHDS); and the Community and Disability Services Ministers' Advisory Council (CDSMAC).
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is a United Nations sanctioned day that aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.
Intellectual disability resources (Aboriginal)
Learning Disability Nursing Forum community, UK
Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association, USA
The Office for Disability Issues, NZ
The European Academy of Childhood Disability, Europe