Developmental Disability Nurses

Developmental Disability Nurses

Sponsored by the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association

Welcome

Also known as a Special Needs Nurse, Developmental Disability Nurses help patients with mental or developmental disabilities like Down’s syndrome, autism, and more. These nurses also educate patients’ families about the disability and provide emotional support. As a Developmental Disability Nurse, you can work in a variety of settings, from hospitals to schools, to private businesses and patients’ homes.

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Also known as a Special Needs Nurse, Developmental Disability Nurses help patients with mental or developmental disabilities like Down’s syndrome, autism, and more. These nurses also educate patients’ families about the disability and provide emotional support. As a Developmental Disability Nurse, you can work in a variety of settings, from hospitals to schools, to private businesses and patients’ homes.

CONTACT
1501 S. Loop 288, Suite 104-381
Denton, TX 76205
Phone: 800-888-6733
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