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NASHP has updated its developmental screening Outreach and Training state resource list for providers and families. Making developmental screening widely available to children requires providers and families to be familiar with screening tools, their use, and their value. State outreach and education are essential to ensure children receive appropriate screening and follow-up services. View other […]
This month, NASHP features its updated interactive map of 2019 State Reporting of Developmental Screening Core Measures. Developmental screening is an important pediatric health care quality measure and the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 features it as one core measure to track and report. NASHP’s updated map shows more states are voluntarily reporting […]
This month, NASHP features an infographic from the National Institute for Health Care Management on Early Childhood Development and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). COVID-19 is increasing the economic, social, and environmental stressors that children and families experience. This infographic explores the impact of ACEs on health and well-being and outlines actionable strategies to support healthy child […]
This month, NASHP features its blog, States’ Efforts to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences Are Critical during COVID-19. As COVID-19 heightens health and economic stresses on children and families, states are working to identify and measure adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and connect children and their families to appropriate services that can reduce potential negative health outcomes. […]
This month, we feature NASHP’s updated map, States with Standardized Referral Forms. Standardized referral forms shared across a state can make screening, effective referral, care coordination, and feedback loops – which are critical to ensure that children with identified needs receive the care they need – more seamless. As indicated in the updated map, more […]
This month, we feature Resources to Help Prevent and Address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). ACEs are potentially traumatic events during childhood — exacerbated by COVID-19 — that are associated with worsened health in adulthood. This page features screening tools and resources for policymakers, providers, and others working to prevent ACEs and address their impact. View […]
This month, NASHP features a Child Trends resource, Ways to Promote Children’s Resilience to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The resource explores protective factors that can contribute to children’s adaptability in the face of adversity. View other resources at the Healthy Child Development State Resource Center. Submit new resources to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month, NASHP features resources from California’s ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Aware on COVID-19 and stress. The pandemic is creating a stressful environment for children and their caregivers and these resources that detail how to mitigate the impact of stress on physical and mental health are for health care providers and their patients. View other […]
This month, NASHP features resources from Child Trends’ Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-Being during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Children are particularly vulnerable to the impact of traumatic events like COVID-19 that disrupt their daily lives. These resources will help states, providers, and caregivers address the challenges children face. View other resources at the Healthy Child Development State […]