This letter from a pilot site provider was sent to peers and colleagues in an effort to promote the use of the Ages and Stages Questionnaire
Letter from William Hensel, Medical Director of the Guilford Access Partnership, to Sherry Hay, North Carolina’s ABCD Coordinator, describing the successes of the ABCD I program implementation.
This PowerPoint presentation highlights the success and accomplishments of the North Carolina ABCD initiative, as well as ongoing project replication activities.
This document contains comments from Dr. Marian Earls, Lead Pediatric Consultant, Community Care of North Carolina. Dr. Earls has been involved with ABCD in North Carolina since its inception with ABCD I in 2000. In this document Dr. Earls discusses the outcomes that North Carolina has achieved through its ABCD work over the past twelve years.
Survey of Primary Care Providers: Developmental Screening and Referral for Early Intervention ServicesRead More
(North Carolina ABCD Project, 2006) This survey was designed to enable North Carolina staff who were conducting Quality Improvement trainings to gain an understanding of health care providers’ views on, and experience with, developmental screening and referral
(North Carolina ABCD Project, 2006) This document lists resources relevant to early childhood development service providers and policymakers.
North Carolina ABCD I Project. (2003). This resource outlines a stakeholder group’s work plan to measure and evaluate program goals, screening rates, and ongoing data tracking/trending. Strategies were designed to track improvements throughout the initiative.
(Marian Earls: Presentation at October 2012 NASHP Annual Conference) This presentation by Dr. Marian Earls provides a history of ABCD in North Carolina. The presentation details the start of ABCD in North Carolina with ABCD I in 2000 and how Community Care of North Carolina has sustained the work since Commonwealth funding for ABCD ended. The presentation also details results and successes achieved by the project, and offers lessons learned for other states.
Resources based on North Carolina’s work that continued post-ABCD