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Parent-Provider-Community Partnerships : Optimizing Outcomes for Children With Disabilities

@inproceedings{Chairperson2011ParentProviderCommunityP,
  title={Parent-Provider-Community Partnerships : Optimizing Outcomes for Children With Disabilities},
  author={Chairperson and R. Adams and R. Burke and S. Friedman and M. Kalichman and S. Levy and G. Liptak and Douglas McNeal and Kenneth W. Norwood and R. Turchi and S. Wiley and L. Desch and E. Elias},
  year={2011}
}
Children with disabilities and their families have multifaceted medical, developmental, educational, and habilitative needs that are best addressed through strong partnerships among parents, providers, and communities. However, traditional health care systems are designed to address acute rather than chronic conditions. Children with disabilities require high-quality medical homes that provide care coordination and transitional care, and their families require social and financial supports… Expand
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