What is Care Coordination?
Care coordination is the process that links children and their families with needed health care and services, along with other supports and services. A child and family’s needs, goals, and choices are included in a care plan that is shared with all team members.
-Based on Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health and the Catalyst Center's paper "The Care Coordination Conundrum"
- Tools for Coordinating Your Child's Health Care, Family Voices of Wisconsin newsletter - Summer 2016
- The Care Coordination Curriculum is a 3-part series on care coordination and medical home. The modules were made by Family Voices of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Medical Home Initiative. These are helpful for families who have typical developing children and for those who have children with special health care needs.
- A care notebook can help you organize the information you gather on your child’s health. The AAP's Medical Home Care Notebook is a resource families can download at no cost to help keep track of their child’s medical information.