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Support for Families of Children with Disabilities, based in San Francisco, will train families of chronically ill children to advocate for health system change. The Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto will continue its work with a group of medical directors for California Children's Services to coordinate their work and to standardize care and eligibility standards for children served by CCS.
Other grants will:
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A New Learning Collaborative
California Health Policy
This legislation has yet to be introduced; we’ll be following its progress through this year’s legislative session. This is an important time to educate policymakers about the unique needs for families of children with special health care needs in California. Read more: Should California Expand Providers' Scope of Practice? California Healthline
In the News — Children with Special Health Care Needs
Parents to Congress: Teen Mental Health Care System Deeply Troubled
The Coffee Klatch, March 5, 2013
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