Courses Catalog

Welcome to the CRA Learning Course Catalog


CRA Learning consists of group of professionals from multiple clinical disciplines and professional walks who have found a common link and passion for serving people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD).  Specifically, we have all worked extensively on multiple projects, assisting and helping to facilitate the transition of individuals out of state institutions and into community living situations. As such, we have amassed considerable knowledge and expertise, and skills and experience in the field of Intellectual/ Developmental Disabilities. Our desire is to share that with others who want to learn more, or share that same passion.

Read about our curriculum and course structure here!

Join us on this deep-dive as we explore this body of knowledge we refer to as the field of Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities.  Our promise is that while the water is deep, it won’t be overwhelming, nor will the current be too swift.  But in the end, what you will experience is an exhilarating and exciting adventure.

Available Courses


Below, you will find a list of our available course offerings. You can purchase a single course, or buy a bundle of courses depending on your needs, interests, and budget.

We have taken the time to structure our courses and curriculum in a manner that allows for an in-depth learning experience. Courses are progressive in nature and, while there is no requirement to complete lower level courses as prerequisites for latter courses, we would encourage you to consider them as foundational knowledge pieces. The latter and more advanced courses rest on the knowledge, skills, and clinical resources learned in those introductory & foundational offerings.

Check out the courses below!


A Life of Opportunity & Choice: Transitioning from an Institution to a Home

“Carrie’s Story”

Join the CRA Learning Team as they share with you a specific case example transitioning an individual from residing in a state institution to living in the community. Learn about Carrie, her diagnoses, limitations, hopes, and dreams for a brighter future. Then learn from the CRA Learning team about the specific steps in the transition process, and the valuable role that clinicians of all disciplines can play in such transformative work.





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About CRA Learning

We believe that we all got into this field because we truly want to help better the lives of those living in the community with developmental disabilities.

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