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Fact Sheets for Families

Check out all the new Family Voices fact sheets!  Go to FV fact sheets

Coordinating Your Child’s Health Care

 

View “Coordinating Your Child’s Health Care” Training 

(Online training run time – 40 minutes.  Please note: it will take one minute to load the presentation)

SUPPORTING MATERIALS

Care Notebook Forms:

Care Notebook Fact Sheets:

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

1. Care Mapping

2. Shared Plan of Care 

3. WI Resource List for Families who have Children with Special Needs 

4. Organizations That Can Help Families

5. Printable Presentation Slides

This training was developed by Family Voices of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Medical Home Initiative.

Did You Know? Now You Know!

The Did You Know? Now You Know! training explains resources and services for children with disabilities and special health care needs from birth through young adulthood. For details on training sessions go to Training Schedule.

PART 1: SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT

Presentation: Systems of Support (recorded audio – 7 minutes)

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PART 2: PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE

Presentation: Private Health Insurance (recorded audio – 6 minutes)

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PART 3: MEDICAID

Presentation: Medicaid (recorded audio – 11 minutes)  

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PART 4: LONG-TERM SUPPORTS AND MEDICAID WAIVER PROGRAMS 

Presentation: Long-Term Supports (recorded audio – 8 minutes) 

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PART 5: PRIOR AUTHORIZATION AND COORDINATION OF SERVICES 

Presentation: Prior Authorization (recorded audio – 8 minutes)

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PART 6: FAMILIES AND ALLIES: MORE THAN HEALTH CARE 

Presentation: Families and Allies: More than Health Care (recorded audio – 5 minutes)

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**Printable Version of Did You Know? Now You Know! Presentation

 

CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS NETWORK ORGANIZATIONS

New fact sheet on Supported Decision Making

Check out the new FV fact sheet on Supported Decision Making for Transition Age Youth! Go to FV Fact sheets

Mental Health Fact Sheets

 

Salud mental y servicios de salud

 

Where Can I Learn More? / Donde puedo aprender mas?

 Wisconsin Family Ties at  1-800-422-7145

National Institute of Mental Health

SAMHSA treatment directory

NAMI Treatment Options

Resources

Below are resource materials and helpful links on a wide variety of subjects. Family stories are included to let you know that you are not alone in the journey of caring for your child with special needs.

If there is a topic or resource you cannot find, please contact Barbara Katz (Co-Director) at Barb@fvofwi.org or 608-220-9598 and she can assist you.

Welcome to the new FV website!

We are pleased to have you visit our new and improved Family Voices of WI website. Check out all the resources and links and view our newsletters and fact sheets!

New Affordable Care Act resources available!

Check out all the resources available for families to learn about the ACA including new fact sheets!

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What’s After High School

What’s After High School? is a broad overview of the transition to adult life for youth with disabilities and special health care needs and includes the following topics: envisioning a youth’s future in the community; the role of schools; long-term supports; transitioning to adult health care; legal options; advocacy; and the fundamentals of self-determination. 

What’s After High School Presentation / Presentation in Spanish

To view this training as a webinar click here. 

Part 1 – GETTING STARTED

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Part 2 – LEGAL AND FINANCIAL  

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Part 3 – PUBLIC BENEFITS AND ELIGIBILITY 

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Part 4 – HEALTH/HEALTH CARE

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Part 5 – EDUCATION

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Part 6 – COMMUNITY LIVING AND EMPLOYMENT

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Note: Many helpful transition materials in Spanish are available at the Center for Parent Information and Resources