Transition Checklist and Timeline for Medical Providers Caring for youth with special health care needs.
These guides describes the community resources that care coordinators working with families with children and/or youth with special health care needs might find helpful. The information listed helps professionals identify who the program serves, how to contact the program, if the program has eligibility criteria, and also if the family needs to have a Medicaid Community Care Referral and a physician referral.
Information for youth with special health care needs and disabilities.
Levels of Care (LOC) are assigned to all patients that qualify as a Medical Home patient. This means the patient must be “linked” to the practice with the practice being the “primary care” physician.
The following resources are available for parents:
The following publications are resources for professionals in the area of early hearing intervention and detection.