Beth Wildman, Ali Kizilbush, William Smucker. Arch Fam Med 1999;8(5):440. This report examines whether parental disclosure of concerns was a better predictor for physician identification of child psychosocial problems than was the presence of child behavior problems. (From overview)
(Washington ABCD I Project: Whatcom County Bright Futures) This flowchart was used in ABCD pilots to assist in implementing and integrating the Ages and States Questionnaire (ASQ).
Setting the Stage for Success: Implementation of Developmental and Behavioral Screening and Surveillance in Primary Care PracticeRead More
(Marian F. Earls and Sherry Shackelford Hay: Pediatrics Vol. 118 No. 1 July 2006, pp. e183-e188) This report examines how early identification of children with developmental and behavioral delays is important in primary care practice, and how well-child visits provide an ideal opportunity to engage parents and perform periodic screening. Integration of this activity into office process and flow is necessary for making screening a routine and consistent part of primary care practice. (From Abstract)
(Carrie Hanlon: NASHP) This issue brief describes: 1) how the five ABCD III states are building on existing local partnerships and assets to organize community pilots, and 2) preliminary lessons that have emerged from these states, including new federal opportunities to bolster community partnerships that will improve service linkages for children.
(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.
(Illinois ABCD III Project) This form may be used by any service provider to make referrals to early intervention, with releases needed for early intervention to provide information back to both the referring source and the child’s PCP. The team will continue to make changes to this form in an effort to make it more compatible with state EI reporting systems.
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE) Referral Form for Providers Birth to Age 5Read More
(Oregon ABCD III Project: 2012) This form was developed by the Oregon ABCD III team for providers to refer children to either Early Intervention or Early Childhood Special Education. The form is HIPAA and FERPA compliant and contains contact information for Oregon EI/ECSE offices.
Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education (EI/ECSE) Spanish Language Referral Form for Providers Birth to Age 5Read More
(Oregon ABCD III Project: 2012) This is a Spanish translation of the below form.