AMCHP's State Systems Grant: Eight Years (2011-2019) in Review

The image on the left shows the 15-year timeline of Learn the Signs. Act Early. (LTSAE) and AMCHP's State Systems Grants.




The Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) is excited to announce the release of a new interactive resource called "Learn the Signs. Act Early. AMCHP's State Systems Grant: Eight Years in Review." This product presents a review of AMCHP's Learn the Signs. Act Early. (LTSAE) state systems grants, which are a part of the larger CDC LTSAE initiative.

There is a map of the 35 states and U.S. territories, showcasing the distribution of AMCHP’s state systems grant.


It also highlights the activities and outcomes of these grants and delves into the impacts on state systems of care and lessons learned. State spotlights demonstrate how grantees 
formalized developmental monitoring and early identification as a priorityactivated stakeholders and strengthened partnerships, and increased awareness among caregivers and providers. 
Learn some of the key strategies used by states to increase developmental monitoring and screening and improve approaches to meeting the service and systems-level needs for children with ASD/DD and their families by downloading the PDF here


For more information, visit the LTSAE website or contact Paige Bussanich (pbussanich@amchp.org) if you have questions about this resource.

In addition to downloading the full PDF, you can use the tabs below to navigate through the resource and interact with its many figures.