Check out AMCHP's new issue brief focused on Family Navigation implementation strategies in Title V and community-based programs!
The content in this issue brief was compiled from an
environmental scan AMCHP conducted of Title V family navigation activities. The
results revealed that 39 states and other jurisdictions (e.g. territories) are
using family navigation strategies to address priority needs related to serving
CYSHCN and their families.
AMCHP also conducted case studies with states to highlight
how family navigation has improved care for children with Autism Spectrum
Disorder (ASD) and other Developmental Disabilities (DD). In these case
studies, the reader will learn additional details of different state and
jurisdiction implementation strategies such as access to care through
referrals, timely diagnosis and feedback, and entry into high-quality,
coordinated care across systems for children with ASD and other DD. See for
yourself how this issue brief can provide you with new family navigation
strategies. To access the issue brief, click here or click on the link above. If you experience any issues accessing the issue brief, please email Paige Bussanich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Core Outcome 5: Families of children and youth with special health care needs will partner in decision making at all levels, and will be satisfied with the services they receive.