An estimated 1% of individuals have an intellectual/developmental disability (IDD), and this population is at an increased risk of poor physical and mental health. Despite this, there is very little, if any, time in medical school devoted to educating students on how to provide care to this population. Over the past two years, Lauren Clarke and Dr. Holly Tabor have pushed to promote the inclusion of people with IDD within the medical school curriculum at Stanford, and we are looking for ways to expand current educational opportunities in this space. With this goal in mind, we propose the development of a comprehensive, open-source library of educational videos for medical and physician assistant students on topics related to providing care to individuals with IDD. These videos will be designed, produced, and filmed in partnership with individuals with IDD. The creation of an educational video library will not only ensure that recent curriculum changes at Stanford are sustainable but also assist with increasing the impact of our work, as the videos will be published and shared within the wider Medical Education community. This will help ensure that all future physicians are confident in their ability to provide care to individuals with IDD.