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Project ECHO

Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a movement to connect local primary care teams with inter-disciplinary specialist teams to spread knowledge and amplify local capacity to provide best practice care for complex chronic health conditions. ECHO’s goal is to enable rural and traditionally underserved populations to receive high-quality care, when they need it, close to home.

This low-cost, high-impact intervention is achieved by leveraging technology to connect expert mentors and multiple local primary care providers in online video-conferencing TeleECHO clinics.

The Opioid Use Disorder TeleECHO Clinic is led by experts at Indiana University School of Medicine with a particular educational focus on addiction and opioid use disorder (OUD) diagnoses. The non-medical use of prescription opioid pain relievers and the use of illicit opioids such as heroin have led to an unprecedented increase in overdose deaths in Indiana.

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HANDS Developmental Disabilities & Autism ECHO

Are you seeking to learn more about Circles of Support, Lifespan Considerations, and Services with a Critical, Informed Eye? Our HANDS: Developmental Disabilities & Autism ECHO: Individuals & Caregivers Series Sessions focuses on these topics, and these free, virtual sessions are available for:

  • individuals with developmental disabilities
  • community & medical providers/professionals
  • family members & caregivers
  • educators

HANDS is offering three different types of sessions, feel free to join us for just one session or all of them:

  • Circles of Support Sessions: Fridays from 12:00–2:00 p.m. EST
  • Lifespan Considerations Sessions: Wednesdays from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. EST
  • Services with a Critical, Informed Eye: Fridays from 12:00–2:00 p.m. EST

Certificates of completion will be made available for providers who would like to submit proof of attendance to their professional organizations for continuing education credits.

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