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Provides tips for parents of young children, early education and child care providers, and pediatricians to promote social-emotional health among young children.
Provides families with practical information about integration to help them get involved in the integrated care movement and improve the quality of care their child receives in the pediatric primary care setting.
Offers increase understanding of the program rules and help fulfill the promise of EPSDT for young children.
Addressses Mental Health Concerns in Primary Care brings together a myriad of ready-to-use resources and tools on one instant-access CD-ROM. Look here for screening and assessment instruments, quick-reference care management advice, step-by-step care plans, time-saving documentation and referral tools, coding aids, billing and payment tips, parent handouts, community resource guides, and much more.
Supports consultants working in child care settings, especially those who have not had education or training specific to infants and toddlers in group care. These modules were designed to complement training offered to early childhood consultants through the National Training Institute at the Department of Maternal and Child Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provides resources and a guide to a public awareness campaign that was launched by The Departments of Health and Human Services and Education which is targeted at numerous sectors (e.g. early care and education, medical, primary health care, child welfare, mental health) —highlighting the importance of universal developmental and behavioral screening and support within the context of normative child development.
Addresses important questions on developing awareness and moving to action around comprehensive screenings, follow-up, and early intervention.
Presents research-based screening tools for children under age 5. Practitioners in early care and education, primary health care, child welfare, and mental health can use this reference to learn the cost, administration time, quality level, training required, and age range covered for each screening tool.
This tipsheet gives stress prevention and management tips for dealing with the effects of trauma, mass violence, or terrorism. Lists tips to relieve stress, describes how to know when to seek professional help, and provides accompanying resources.