Early intervention, IDEA part C services, and the medical home

Collaboration for best practice and best outcomes

Richard C. Adams, Carl Tapia, Nancy A. Murphy, Kenneth W. Norwood, Robert T. Burke, Sandra L. Friedman, Amy J. Houtrow, Miriam A. Kalichman, Dennis Z. Kuo, Susan E. Levy, Renee M. Turchi, Susan E. Wiley, Carolyn Bridgemohan, Georgina Peacock, Bonnie Strickland, Nora Wells, Max Wiznitzer, Stephanie Mucha

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Abstract

The medical home and the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Part C Early Intervention Program share many common purposes for infants and children ages 0 to 3 years, not the least of which is a familycentered focus. Professionals in pediatric medical home practices see substantial numbers of infants and toddlers with developmental delays and/or complex chronic conditions. Economic, health, and familyfocused data each underscore the critical role of timely referral for relationship-based, individualized, accessible early intervention services and the need for collaborative partnerships in care. The medical home process and Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Part C policy both support nurturing relationships and family-centered care; both offer clear value in terms of economic and health outcomes. Best practice models for early intervention services incorporate learning in the natural environment and coaching models. Proactive medical homes provide strategies for effective developmental surveillance, family-centered resources, and tools to support high-risk groups, and comanagement of infants with special health care needs, including the monitoring of services provided and outcomes achieved.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPediatrics
Volume132
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Oct 1 2013

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Keywords

  • Children with special health care needs
  • Coaching
  • Collaboration
  • Comanagement
  • CSHCN
  • IDEA
  • Learning in the natural environment
  • Medical home
  • Part C

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  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Early intervention, IDEA part C services, and the medical home : Collaboration for best practice and best outcomes. / Adams, Richard C.; Tapia, Carl; Murphy, Nancy A.; Norwood, Kenneth W.; Burke, Robert T.; Friedman, Sandra L.; Houtrow, Amy J.; Kalichman, Miriam A.; Kuo, Dennis Z.; Levy, Susan E.; Turchi, Renee M.; Wiley, Susan E.; Bridgemohan, Carolyn; Peacock, Georgina; Strickland, Bonnie; Wells, Nora; Wiznitzer, Max; Mucha, Stephanie.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 132, No. 4, 01.10.2013.

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Adams, RC, Tapia, C, Murphy, NA, Norwood, KW, Burke, RT, Friedman, SL, Houtrow, AJ, Kalichman, MA, Kuo, DZ, Levy, SE, Turchi, RM, Wiley, SE, Bridgemohan, C, Peacock, G, Strickland, B, Wells, N, Wiznitzer, M & Mucha, S 2013, 'Early intervention, IDEA part C services, and the medical home: Collaboration for best practice and best outcomes', Pediatrics, vol. 132, no. 4. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2013-2305
Adams, Richard C. ; Tapia, Carl ; Murphy, Nancy A. ; Norwood, Kenneth W. ; Burke, Robert T. ; Friedman, Sandra L. ; Houtrow, Amy J. ; Kalichman, Miriam A. ; Kuo, Dennis Z. ; Levy, Susan E. ; Turchi, Renee M. ; Wiley, Susan E. ; Bridgemohan, Carolyn ; Peacock, Georgina ; Strickland, Bonnie ; Wells, Nora ; Wiznitzer, Max ; Mucha, Stephanie. / Early intervention, IDEA part C services, and the medical home : Collaboration for best practice and best outcomes. In: Pediatrics. 2013 ; Vol. 132, No. 4.
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