Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)
The Care Coordination for Children Program provides:
Care management services for families with young children (birth to 5 years) who are at risk and qualify for services.
Risk factors include:
- special health care needs
- infants in the NICU
- toxic stress
How does the Care Coordination for Children Program help families?
A Care Coordinator (nurse or social worker) will:
- Discuss family strengths and concerns through home visits, telephone calls and other personal contacts;
- Identify programs, services and resources that meet the family’s needs;
- Provide developmental assessments;
- Serve as a link between the family and child’s doctor;
What are typical family concerns for child served by the program? (examples)
- Prematurity- babies born before their due date or with low birth weight
- Speech concerns
- Lack of support systems
- Feeding difficulties
- Children with a medical diagnosis
What is the cost?
There is no charge to eligible families