• Super Parents on CNN

    This morning, CNN published "An Intimate View of the 'Super Parents' of Chronically Ill Children," a story about our Foundation's photography project that documents the lives of families who have children with disabilities or chronic medical conditions.

  • Opinion: A Parent’s Call to Train a New Workforce for In-Home Care

    Diane Stonecipher’s son, now 24, is blind, quadriplegic, profoundly delayed, and has been in hospice twice. Yet he doesn’t qualify for nursing care at home. Stonecipher, herself a nurse, says it’s time to train a new kind of workforce for in-home and residential care.

  • 5Cs Work Highlighted at National Help Me Grow Forum

    "What's in it for me?" That was the tongue-in-cheek response from Wanda Davis when she was asked how she engages busy health care program managers and providers in collaborative efforts to improve care coordination across agencies serving children with special health care needs and their families. Davis and two other members of the California Community Care Coordination Collaborative recently presented their work at the Help Me Grow National Forum in Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Key Reports from 2015

    Grantees of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health explored a range of issues related to children with special health care needs and their families in 2015. 

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