Connecticut Children’s Medical Center’s main campus is located at 282 Washington Street in Hartford, Connecticut.

What We Do

The Care Coordination Collaborative model brings together the care coordinators from a variety of child-serving sectors with regularly scheduled meetings to do the following:

  • Learn, through presentations from area/state resource providers, about services for children and how to help families access them
  • Collectively review challenging cases and develop cross-sector solutions to meeting children’s and families’ needs
  • Develop and advocate for policy-level solutions to families’ struggles in connecting to services
  • Support pediatric primary care in meeting the care coordination needs of families

As the Care Coordination Collaborative learns more about the work of member agencies and the challenges they confront in supporting families, suggestions and recommendations for improving care coordination will arise. A State Level Collaborative was convened to provide a venue for regional collaboratives to elevate systems’ issues and gaps, with the intention of developing potential policies to address these issues.

North-Central Activity Report

Meetings = 10  
Organizations Participating = 30     
Average Attendees = 21    
In-services = 3     
Presentations = 13 
Case Discussions = 2   
Surveys = 8
Responses to Surveys = 125

Survey respondents were asked to rate how meeting content may be relevant to their work, will be of immediate use, or may be of use in the future:

83% relevant
57% of immediate use
90% may be of future use

In-Services

  • Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework
  • The Protective Factors Framework
  • DDS Division of Autism Spectrum Services

Case Discussions  

  • Center for Care Coordination –Brenda Machado
  • Center for Care Coordination – Laura Knapp

Presentations 

  • 2014 HCCC Data Report
  • 2-1-1 Coordinated Access Network
  • 211/Infoline Website Update
  • CT’s Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems’ (ECCS)
  • DCF Health and Wellness Standards
  • DCF Overview -Differential Response (DRS) Model
  • Foodshare – Hunger Action Teams
  • Healthy Start-Urban League of Greater Htfd
  • Journey Home CT/ Community Family Support Program
  • PARTNER TOOL overview
  • PARTNERS Tool Survey results
  • The Autism Center at Hosp for Special Care
  • Vision of Collaboratives -Local/National

Meetings = 10
Organizations represented = 18
Average attendance = 16
In-services = 1
Presentations = 5
Case discussions = 1
Surveys completed = 77

Of participants who responded to our surveys:

  • 88% agreed the presented content was relevant to their work
  • 70% agreed that the presented content will be of immediate use
  • 92% agreed that the presented content may be of use in the future

In-Services

  • Guide to the Camp Experience for Children with Developmental Disabilities

Case Discussions

  • DCF Presenters: Neng Jones, SW & Mary Jean Quistorff, RN

Presentations

  • ACCESS Mental Health CT
  • Northeast Neighborhood Partnership
  • Mid-Level Developmental Assessment
  • Healthy Homes Program
  • 2-1-1’s Housing Resources (HEARTH)

 

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