ABCD III - Assuring Better Child Health and Development

The ABCD III initiative is a project to develop and test sustainable models for improving care coordination, referrals, and screenings between pediatric primary care, other medical providers, and child and family service providers offering developmental and mental health services to children age birth through 5 years. The evaluation of this project includes a review of implementation efforts; project impacts; plans for sustainability among the four pilot sites; and feedback from families and clinic care coordinators, administrators, and providers.


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Improving Coordination Between Clinics and School Districts - ABCD III Lessons Learned, Final Report, SummaryEvaluationDecember 2012Melanie Ferris
ABCD III Technical Report - Parent Interviews, Parent Experiences Across Pilot Sites in Four CountiesEvaluationDecember 2012Nick Stuber, Melanie Ferris
Coordinating Communities for Healthy Development - ABCD III Lessons Learned, Final Report, Full ReportEvaluationOctober 2012Melanie Ferris, Darcie Thomsen
ABCD III Lessons Learned Through Year 2, SummaryEvaluationFebruary 2012Melanie Ferris, Darcie Thomsen
ABCD III Lessons Learned Through Year 2, Full ReportEvaluationFebruary 2012Melanie Ferris, Darcie Thomsen
ABCD III Results of Parent Interviews Year 1EvaluationMarch 2011Krysten Ryba, Michelle Decker Gerrard
ABCD III Key Findings from Interviews with Clinic Care Coordinators and Clinic Administrators Year 1EvaluationMarch 2011Rachel Hardeman
ABCD III Key Findings from Help Me Grow Interviews Year 1EvaluationMarch 2011Melanie Ferris
ABCD III Key Findings from a Survey of Primary Care Providers Year 1EvaluationMarch 2011Rachel Hardeman

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