This website was developed during the ABCD initiative in Utah. It provides information, tools, and resources to aid Primary Care Physicians in caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) and providing a Medical Home for all of their patients.
2-page brochure aimed at providers describing the referral options provided by The Infant & Toddler Connection of Virginia, which assists families of infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or disabilities help their children learn and develop through everyday activities and routines so that they can participate fully in family and community activities. Brochure provides information on referrals and phone numbers for Infant & Toddler Connection offices in various locations around the state.
(Edward Schor: The Commonwealth Fund, 2005) This presentation by Edward Schor at the UPIQ Social Emotional Learning Collaborative held in Lehi, Utah, May 20, 2005 provides information on the consequences of early childhood developmental problems and the value of early intervention, along with opportunities for community partnership to support healthy child development.
(Utah ABCD Project, 2005) Informational handout summarizing issues related to Part C Early Intervention Programs and suggesting options for advocacy, helping families and further information
(Utah ABCD Project, 2005) Informational handout summarizing issues related to Early Head Start and suggesting options for advocacy, helping families and further information.
(Utah ABCD Project, 2006) This resource is a sample matrix of the maternal depression resources available in Salt Lake County during the Maternal Depression Learning Collaborative.
(Paula Duncan, 2007) The purpose of this tool is to structure an approach to identifying community resources that might enhance a practice’s ability to serve their patients. This tool allows practitioners to evaluate which organizations they would like to develop or improve links with.
(Alabama ABCD Project, 2007) The purpose of this tool is to provide a structured approach to collecting information about services in the community that might benefit patients.
(Illinois ABCD III Project) This form is used by Early Intervention to report back the status of a referral to the referring source and PCP. Part I is used initially to indicate whether early intervention has been able to reach the family and assign a coordinator. Part II is used later to inform the referring source and PCP about early intervention eligibility and services. The state will continue to make changes to this form in an effort to make it more compatible with state EI reporting systems.