Women Be Healthy 2: A Curriculum to Increase Cervical and Breast Cancer Screening Rates of Women With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Dickens, P., Luken, K., Parish, S. L., & Swaine, J. G.
June, 2011

This curriculum was developed to teach women with IDD about health and breast and cervical cancer screenings and to promote active participation in their healthcare. A curriculum summary is available here. For detailed information about the curriculum and to learn more about train-the-trainer workshops, please contact Karen Luken. 

Citation: Dickens, P., Luken, K., Parish, S. L., & Swaine, J. G. (2011, June). Women Be Healthy 2: A curriculum to increase cervical and breast cancer screening rates of women with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina Office on Disability and Health.