Medical And Health Care Resources For Military Families


Introduction to Health Care Management provides an overview of the material available, as well as how best to use the resources in your practice. Three companion pieces are provided for the health care professional to help ask the necessary questions to assess the military family’s needs.

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Physical Health • ZERO TO THREE


Physical health is the foundation that allows young children to learn, grow and master new skills and abilities. Find more information about supporting children’s health and wellness from birth to age three.

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HealthySteps 'Opening Doors' • ZERO TO THREE


During the pandemic, programs connecting families with medical, mental health, and social services have become more critical. Read about how the Martinez family is supported by HealthySteps. Opening ‘so many doors for families’: COVID-19 underscores importance of …

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Leading The Way To A Strong Beginning: Ensuring Good


The need for health care during a child’s first 3 years is more crucial than at most other times in life. For the youngest children, routine health care can spell the difference between a strong beginning and a fragile start.

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Sexual Health And Safety • ZERO TO THREE


Ask your child’s health care provider if you have questions about gender identity. The most important thing for any child to know is that they are fully accepted and loved for who they are. Tip: Body exploration, sexual play and masturbation is a normal …

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Good Nutrition Feeds Healthy Development And A Healthy


When appropriate, breastfeeding is an inexpensive and nutritionally rich food that reduces the risk of obesity by 7-24% and decreases the incidence of a range of infectious diseases, diabetes, asthma and other negative health outcomes, thereby reducing health care costs.

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What You Need To Know: Early Intervention • ZERO TO THREE


Babies have lots of new skills to learn—lifting their heads, sitting up, saying their first words! Parents are often concerned when a child’s development seems slower than expected. Grandparents or child care providers may also voice concerns. If you’re worried that your baby is delayed in his development, it’s a good idea to share your concerns with your health care provider.

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Iowa's 1st Five Healthy Mental Development


The 1st Five Healthy Mental Development Initiative assists health care providers in implementing standardized, research-based tools to better identify the full range of family needs during well-child visits. When developmental or behavioral concerns, family stress, or caregiver depression are identified, the provider sends a referral to the local 1st Five care coordinator, who then assists in

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How COVID 19 Is Impacting Child Care Providers


Despite the key role child care providers are playing in support of other essential industries during the COVID-19 crisis, the child care system as a whole is at risk of collapse due to the economic impact. Providers and families of infants and toddlers speak to the issues.

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North Carolina Pregnancy Medical Homes • ZERO TO THREE


Participating health care providers agree to complete a standardized risk screen on every Medicaid-eligible pregnant woman and provide it to the local public health department. In 2017, CCNC operationalized the Maternal-Infant Impactability Score™ (MIIS) stratification model.

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Ensuring Adequate Health Coverage For Infants And Toddlers


With adequate health insura and a consistent health care provider, families can avoid unnecessary and more expensive treatment in ERs, thereby reducing costs to all . SCHIP has Improved Access to Care. A congressionally mandated evaluation of SCHIP has shown that the program has had a positive effect on access to care. Between 1997 and 2003

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Promoting Caregiver And Child Health Through Housing


The Center for Health Care Strategies recently released a report that recommended CMS embrace adapted pay-for-success models, which would allow states and Managed Care Organizations to enable investments in addressing patients’ health-related social needs by paying only for “what works” (Center for Health Care Strategies, 2018).

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HealthySteps: Transforming The Promise Of Pediatric Care


HealthySteps is an evidence-based, interdisciplinary pediatric primary care program that promotes the health, well-being and school readiness of babies and toddlers, with an emphasis on families living in low-income communities.More than 136,000 children and families received family-centered care at the 137+ HealthySteps sites across the country in 2018.

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Think Babies™ Infant And Early Childhood Mental Health


Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Policy Series, ZERO TO THREE, 2017 – This series of short briefing papers on infant and early childhood mental health (IE policy are designed to generate awareness, interest, and action among federal and state policymakers, behavioral health administrators, and advocates. Each paper provides an

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Reunification: Taking Care Of Yourself And Your Baby


As saying good-bye is often so difficult, it seems saying hello should be easy. But homecoming can also be stressful. This handout provides advice for how to take care of yourself and your baby.

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Birth To 5 And Beyond: A Growing Movement In Early


"Across the United States, interest in early childhood development continues to grow." The following is an abridged version of the article “Birth to 5 and Beyond: A Growing Movement in Early Education,” published in the July 2006 issue of the Zero to Three Journal.

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Assessing Pre Deployment Family Support Needs • ZERO TO THREE


This handout contains important information for health care professionals about how parents and young children may be affected by deployment and what they might be experiencing during this stressful time. It was designed not just as a resource to give parents at the end of a visit, but also as an interactive tool to use during your time together.

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National Center On Early Childhood Health And Wellness


The NCECHW is led by the American Academy of Pediatrics in collaboration with Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center, Education Development Center, Inc., and Health Care Institute at the University of …

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Perspectives: Supporting Strong Communities With The


In this role, she serves as the principal staff assistant and advisor to the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs (ASD HA) for clinical policies and programs, including oversight of quality assessment/quality improvement, patient safety, mental health services, and population-based health care management across the Military Health

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Telehealth During COVID 19: Advantages, Challenges, And


The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all areas of health care requiring adjustments to how care is provided while simultaneously protecting patients, providers, and staff from the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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H. Marcel Wright • ZERO TO THREE


Vice President of Behavioral Health Services, Adventist Healthcare Contributions to the Field As Vice President of Behavioral Health Services for AHC, Wright provides operational leadership for the growing behavioral health division, including the Rockville, Takoma Park, and Lourie Center locations in …

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Water Safety For Children • ZERO TO THREE


Talk with your child’s health care provider about whether she is ready for swim lessons. When infants or toddlers are in or around the water, an adult with swimming skills should supervise and always stay within an arm’s length, providing constant “touch supervision.”

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Think Babies™ Child And Family Screenings, Supports, And


Relevant policy papers cover health care and mental health care services, as well as early intervention policies. State Initiative articles discussing developmental screening – ZERO TO THREE’s State Initiatives is a collection of articles highlighting innovative actions states have taken to improve well-being for infants and toddlers.

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The Core Components Of The Safe Babies Court Team


The ZERO TO THREE Safe Babies Court Team™ (SBCT) approach applies the science of early childhood development in meeting the urgent needs of infants and toddlers and strengthening their families. The approach is guided by a strategic framework containing 10 core components that work synergistically to produce best outcomes for young children and their parents.

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Lauren A. Smith • ZERO TO THREE


In this role, she partnered with community, social sector, public sector, health care, public health and philanthropy leaders, including in place-based collaborations. Dr. Smith holds a BA with honors in biology from Harvard College, an MD from University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, and an MPH from University of California

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The HealthySteps National Office At ZERO TO THREE


HealthySteps transforms the promise of pediatric primary care through a unique team-based approach that integrates a HealthySteps Specialist, a child development expert, into the health care team. All children ages 0-3 and their families receive a tiered model of services, from universal screening to risk-stratified supports, including care

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Infant And Early Childhood Mental Health In American


Poverty and health disparities for American Indian and Alaska Native Children: Current knowledge and future prospects. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1136, 126–136. source. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2019). Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children’s Health funding opportunity announcement.

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Advancing Infant And Early Childhood Mental Health Policy


The Department of Health Care Policy and Financing supports capitated payments for core behavioral health services. The goals are to reduce barriers to care, focus on value-based pur-chasing incentives, and provide flexibility to pay for integrated behavioral health services within primary care settings.

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The Impact Of Medicaid Restructuring On Young Children


America’s Babies Need Affordable Health Care: The Impact of Medicaid Restructuring on Young Children. America’s Babies Need Affordable Health Care: The Impact of Medicaid Restructuring on Young Children would be affected by potential cuts and restructuring of this program with a 50-year history of protecting babies’ health and well-being.

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Millennial Connections: Parents Talk, ZERO TO THREE


Health-care providers ranked with immediate family members in parents’ frequency of use and high level of trust. Families reported high levels of trust (on average, 80%) in other infant-family professionals (such as teachers, child care providers, home visitors, parent educators), though usage rates reflected the fact that access to these

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Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Collaborative


By linking families to primary health care, screening, and early intervention, New Jersey will be able to ensure children receive developmental screenings and be referred to services and supports as needed. New Jersey started the project with a strong early childhood system infrastructure and clear state and local leaders for this effort:

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Mental Health In The Early Years • ZERO TO THREE


This exceptional guide provides knowledge and practical strategies to address the mental health challenges of families of infants and young children who are at risk for or have medical, social–emotional, health care, and special educational needs or disabilities.

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Healthy Mealtimes: Feeding Your Baby And Toddler Right


Even though many parents worry about their children’s food intake, most of them are getting enough nutrition. Ask your health care provider if you are worried about your child’s weight, growth, or eating habits (keeping a food diary for a week can help with this conversation). Remember that meals are about more than just food.

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Health Insurance: A Critical Support For Infants, Toddlers


Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provide crucial preventive services and other health care. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) enables many low-income parents to get coverage for the first time, either through Medicaid, in states that choose that option, or through subsidized coverage.

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Collaborative Planning And System Building In Early


The HERO Project is a strategy to join service providers and various programs (partners across LAUNCH, MIECHV, Head Start and Early Head Start, school districts, health care, and child care) into a seamless continuum of services and interventions aimed at improving overall outcomes for children—with mental health as the central focus.

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Family Needs • ZERO TO THREE


Dr. Kaitlan Baston, Medical Director for Addiction Medicine at Cooper University Health Care’s Urban Health Institute in Camden, New Jersey, and Dr. Larry Burd, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Director, North Dakota Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Center and FAS Clinic, discuss why and how substance

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Massachusetts Commission Will Address


Data from across the nation indicates serious racial and ethnic disparities in infant and maternal health care and health outcomes. Many states are responding to this data and changing practices. In an effort to improve outcomes for Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker signed H 4818 creating a new commission that will be specifically tasked

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Rockefeller Bill Champions CHIP And Seeks Home Visiting


For the youngest children, access to routine health care can spell the difference between a strong beginning and a fragile start. Today, Senator Jay Rockefeller (WV) introduced legislation to prevent some young children from losing critical access to health insurance next year by extending funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program

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Infusing Infant And Maternal Mental Health Into Health


Infusing infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) into medical settings is an important strategy to increase access to mental health care and to take a family-centered, multi-generational approach to supporting the health and well-being of young children and their families.

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Trauma Informed Child And Family Service Systems • ZERO TO


These behavioral health webinars were developed by Dr. Joy Osofsky to provide more information and support for judges, child welfare, mental health, education and other systems that work with traumatized children. child advocates, and other child welfare professionals in meeting the wide range of health care needs of this growing population

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Perinatal Depression: More Than The Baby Blues • ZERO TO THREE


Seeking help from a health care provider for perinatal depression is a step toward regaining your energy and a sense of emotional wellness—something every expectant or new mother deserves, because parenting is hard even when you’re at your best. Mothers or expectant mothers should seek help if:

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New Report Confirms Babies Of Color Face Severe Inequities


Access to comprehensive health care through maternal and child health care systems and programs shaped by women and families in the communities they serve; Comprehensive economic security policies that support families with young children …

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A Relationship Based Approach To Professional Development


In the infant and early childhood mental health field, it is widely recognized that enhancing the well-being of young children involves responding to their feelings and needs in a sensitive, culturally relevant, and consistent manner (Jones Harden, 2010; Weatherston, 2000).

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On The Verge Of Motherhood And Mental Illness: Prenatal


Pregnant women are also less likely than postpartum women to receive services for similar mental health problems (Glasheen, Colpe, Hoffman, & Warren, 2015). This phenomenon is even more striking given that, during pregnancy, women may have the most contact with the health care system of …

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ZERO TO THREE, National Center For Infants, Toddlers, And


The health system is one of only 16 organizations nation-wide to achieve this recognition. Quality assurance in medication e-prescribing is an essential tool for creating a safer health care system. Medication E-Prescribing electronically communicates prescriptions to a …

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Mental Health Services: A Critical Support For Infants


Public investments in mental health care can also increase adults’ access to screenings and services, improving the wellbeing of parents and young children alike. Download the full brief to …

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ZERO TO THREE, National Center For Infants, Toddlers, And


CHRISTUS Health is a Catholic, not-for-profit system made up of more than 600 centers, including long-term care facilities, community hospitals, walk-in clinics and health ministries. We are a community 45,000 strong, with over 15,000 physicians providing individualized care.

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Maryland Takes On The Race To The Top Early Learning


Hubs provide services such as parenting education, health education and access to health care, employment readiness activities, and facilitate access to services by offering service coordination, transportation, and meals.

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