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Lifespan Respite Coalition


Literature Review for Autism and Deafness

Submitted by: Kristin Uhler, JFK Partners at University of Colorado
pdf File Literature Review DHH and Autism.pdf [download]

Long Term Care Commission Alternate Recommendations

pdf File LTC Alt Recs Press Release.pdf [download]

MA Success Story

pdf File MA Success Story.pdf [download]

Magistro Family Foundation Research Grant program


Make Public Comments

Public comments are a mechanism built into the federal, state, and local rule-making process that allows for anyone to speak about the proposed regulation. The law-making agency is looking for information that relates to the bill that they may not have known before your comment. Because it allows many voices and perspectives to be heard, public comments have the ability to speak to things such as the possible community impacts of the bill, pertinent scientific research relating to the bill, and personal experiences from those affected by the bill.


Make the Most of Your Hill Visit

As a trainee, you have a strong story to tell about your experience. Legislators may not have heard of the LEND or UCEDD programs, and you play an important role in informing them of the transformative work happening at these Centers and the lives they touch. Use this guide to prepare for your visit, how to craft your message, and key follow-up activities.


Making More Health: Achieving Individual, Family, and Community Well-being


Massachusetts Office on Health and Disability

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

Maternal Nutrition and Pre-pregnancy Obesity: Effects on Mothers, Infants and Children (R01)


May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust 2014-2018 Funding Priorities


MCC exevutive call final minutes

Read notes from 04/22/2016 MCC Executive call.


MCH Navigator: A Training Portal for MCH Professionals

The MCH Navigator is a learning portal for maternal and child health professionals, students, and others working to improve the health and well being of women, children, and families.


Medicaid Primary Care Rate Increase: Considerations Beyond 2014

The Medicaid primary care rate increase, a provision of the Affordable Care Act, requires Medicaid programs to reimburse primary care providers at Medicare levels for two years � a �bump� that is funded 100 percent by the federal government in 2013 and 2014. The increase was intended to ensure sufficient provider participation as the Medicaid population expands. As the temporary provision enters its final months, a number of state and federal policymakers are considering extending the rate increase into 2015 and beyond. This new Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) brief draws from interviews with policy experts and stakeholders across the country to assesses the policy�s successes and shortcomings.


Medical Assistance Grant to Individual Families


Medical Assistance Grant to Individual Families

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