People with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as a whole, are at increased risk for food insecurity; yet, the experiences and implications of food insecurity for individuals and their families are often distinct. This webinar will report on findings from a scoping review, which sought to describe the prevalence, risk factors, coping strategies, and consequences of food insecurity among people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
– Jacqueline McGinley, PhD, LMSW
– Monica Adams, PhD, MSW
– Sarah R. Young, PhD, MSW