2017 CT DDNA Annual Conference
“So Nice to Meet You! Putting a Face to the Name:
Genetic Syndromes in Individuals with IDD”
October 19, 2017 | 8AM to 4PM
7:30 AM Registration & Coffee
Doubletree by Hilton
Speaker Bio: Terry Broda is a Nurse Practitioner with over 24 years’ experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). She is one of the first few nurses in Canada to obtain certification from the DDNA (www.ddna.org) and is a past President of this association. Terry currently works part-time in the remote Indigenous community of Mishkeegogamangin northern Ontario and also maintains her role as a consultant with Valor & Solutions, in Ottawa, Ontario and for the SQETGC, in Montreal, Quebec. Her other work in Montreal includes working at See Things My Way Health Services, in a new clinic, specializing in the primary care of persons with IDD and/or ASD, as well as being appointed to the Faculty of the Ingram School of Nursing, at McGill University. As an author, Terry has contributed to several publications, most recently the 3rd edition of the Rubin & Crocker text, Health Care for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities across the Lifespan (2016).