Looking for information on partnering with your child’s provider, names of other advocacy organizations, or links to parenting resources? Find them here!
Family Voices’ projects involve the collection and reporting on a variety of topics. Search here for information that can inform and support your efforts.
Essential general resources as well as culturally-specific information are available for your reference and use.
Families provide incredible leadership at the state and federal levels. Look here to find resources on issues such as strategies for improving health care financing, Families in Program and Policy, and partnering with Title V.
Need a definition of family-centered care or a tool for assessing the level of family-centered care of your family or provider? Find these here!
Important information on insurance, managed care, Medicaid, and other programs.
Oral health is critical to the overall health of children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities. Search here for information and advice on ensuring good dental health for such children and youth.
Need to know what Title V is and what it does or how to partner with Title V in your state? Find a breadth of information here on Title V.
Important information for families and employers on workplace benefits and considerations for families with special needs.
The Affordable Care Act is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law puts in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will roll out over four years and beyond. Click here to keep up-to-date on ACA activities related to the roll-out of provisions that affect CSHCN.