Families are a wealth of information! Click on the following links to read their helpful tips.
Eleven great ideas to get the best from your child's health care visit, for families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
If your child is on Healthy Kids, and has a complex or chronic medical condition, this information is for you.
Check out these tips from other families on how to get to conferences on a budget.
This Family Voices guide is used all over the country to help improve family-physician relationships.
A team of parents and professionals put these tips together to help the process go more smoothly.
Ideas for funding services when insurance is tapped out, or you wish to supplement coverage.
Helpful tool to keep families organized: use this form to remember the names and phone numbers of the professionals who work with your child.
Programs that may help you find funding for your child's health or educational needs.
Strategies to locate child/respite care providers.
How to find out if your health provider's office is considered an Oregon Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH).
Starting or joining a support group will provide opportunities for both growth and change for you and your group members.
Here are some things other youth with special health needs suggest you think about as you take charge of your own health care.
What are Developmental Disabilities and is your child eligible for Developmental Disabilities Services?
Affordable Care Act (ACA): New tools for families on choosing health plans.
Affordable Care Act (ACA): What insurance jargon means for families.
Use this tracking sheet when trying to solve a particular insurance, health care, educational or other systems problem.
Ideas for finding an adult care provider for young adults with special health needs.
Tips for being an advocate for your child with special health needs.
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