Easy to Use Services

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Core Outcome 4: Services for children and youth with special health care needs and their families will be organized in ways that families can use them easily.

Archived Workshop Presentation from the 2012 AMCHP Annual Conference

Archived Webinar & Conference Calls

  • Creating a State Plan (March 2012] - State autism grantees from ME, NJ, RI, UT and VT provide insight on their state's approach to creating a state plan.
  • New Autism and Developmental Screening Data [March 2012] - Dr. Christina Bethell from Oregon Health and Science University and Nora Wells from Family Voices present on new data from the National Survey of CSHCN.
  • State Roadmaps to Services [May 2011] - Presenters from Florida, Kansas, Oregon and Washington discussed a range of approaches to the development of state roadmaps.
  • Roles for State Title V Programs in Building Systems of Care for Children & Youth with ASD/DD [February 2012] - The purpose of the webinar is to help states, primarily Title V programs, determine appropriate roles and approaches to building systems of care for children and youth with ASD/DD. Webinar presenters provide examples from state programs to demonstrate the depth of involvement from state Title V programs and their partners.
  • Strategies and Incentives to Engaging Providers [June 2009] - Presenters from the Ohio AAP, the AAP Council on Children with Disabilities and Advocate Health Care lead this conference call on engaging providers.
  • Cultural Competency [May 2009] - This conference call highlights the ways in which states are developing culturally competent programs that raise awareness about ASD and engage newly diagnosed families from culturally, linguistically and geographically diverse communities. 

Online Resources