Help Me Grow Vermont. This guidance document details Vermont’s requirements for developmental screening tools and the universal developmental screening registry used in the state.
Vermont Department of Health (2017). Guidance document that provides evidence‐based, practical strategies for practitioners in different parts of the healthcare system on how to incorporate prevention in their efforts to improve population health. Clinical and community strategies to improve developmental screening rates are included on pages 25-26.
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.
(Vermont Department For Children and Families, January 2013) This is the referral form developed by Vermont DCF for use with the Children’s Integrated Services Program. The form is used to refer to nursing & family support, early intervention, and early childhood and family mental health services.
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
Matrix analyzing aspects of all of the tools recommended by the AAP