Melinda Abrams (July 2007). This PowerPoint presentation from the ABCD Screening Academy Learning Session provides an overview of the process of implementing a strategy for increasing developmental screening rates.
Kevin Marks and Hollie Hix-Small (2007) PowerPoint presentation amended from a doctoral dissertation originally presented by Hollie Hix-Small, PhD. Provides information on why, where, and when to do developmental screening.
This Early Intervention website provides useful information on appropriate developmental milestones as well as services available to parents and providers.
The resource can be used by providers to ensure that children who require developmental and physical supports are identified early and referred to services. It provides an age-specific format for the clinical examination that emphasizes developmental milestones and provides anticipatory guidance.
Referral consent form for physicians to complete when referring a child to early intervention. Includes option for providers to indicate the feedback they want to receive from the early intervention program in response to the referral.
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.
This resource consists of an outline and the PowerPoint slide images of the Social/Emotional Screening and Referral program, a 1.5 hour Continuing Medical Education training program designed to be presented in the office/clinic setting to all staff by a trained healthcare provider
Improving the Quality of Care and Coordination of Services for Young Children — ABCD, CHIPRA and Beyond!Read More
This webinar highlighted how Illinois, Oregon, South Carolina, and Vermont are using ABCD III and/or CHIPRA quality grants to build on and align current efforts, such as medical home initiatives, health information technology or exchange, performance measurement, and health reform, to transform the delivery of care to children covered by Medicaid and CHIP. This event was sponsored by The Commonwealth Fund and built on a session held during the 2010 NASHP Annual Conference.
This webpage of the Illinois Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics, includes information on early child development projects, some of which were administered in partnership with the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services. The site provides information on project activities, news and reports, and information regarding Maintenance of Certification Part 4.
This is a website designed by the Minnesota ABCD III Project Team. It includes links to ABCD III tools and resources developed by the project team, ABCD III upcoming events, and tools and resources from other organizations.