Slides describing Vermont’s system for screening, referral, intervention, and care coordination, with policy recommendations for system improvement
Schematic model showing the roles of the child and family, the medical home, early care and education systems, school, and community in screening, referral, and intervention
Powerpoint slides presenting an overview of developmental screening, AAP recommendations, and integrating screening into medical practice
Toolkit for providers and communities to coordinate developmental screening in early childhood systems and medical homes
(American Academy of Pediatrics: Healthy Child Care America, 2009) This is a summary report of a meeting hosted by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Healthy Child Care America, and Child Care and Health Partnership. The goal was: “To strategize new ways to reach out to children and families in the community and child care settings to promote high-quality developmental screening in the context of the medical home.”
The Council on Children With Disabilities, Section on Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics, Bright Futures Steering Committee, Medical Home Initiatives for Children With Special Needs Project Advisory Committee (Pediatrics, June 2007, Volume 118, Issue 1). This American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) policy statement recommends that developmental surveillance be performed at every preventive visit and that a screening tool should be administered at 9-,18-, and 24- or 30-month visits and for those children whose surveillance yields concerns about delayed or disordered development.