Children with Special Health Care Needs
Supporting and Caring for Your Child
As a parent, you are the most important person in your child’s life. You want to give your family the best care you can. There are early intervention services available as well as other kinds of support that can be of help. Finding information and resources to help your child with special needs can be a challenge. This site may give you a starting point for your search.
Support for Your Family
There is support beyond your health care provider network. Talking with other families with similar life experiences can be a source for understanding and emotional support. Learn more about support for parents.
Early Intervention from Birth to 3 Years Old
You may have questions or concerns about your child's development. Early intervention offers families a way of connecting with services and resources that can help. Learn more about Early intervention for children from birth to three years of age.
Caring for Children Age 3-18 Years
There are services and providers that can help coordinate your child's care and development. Learn more about special needs services for parents.
Changing Needs Over Time
Transitions between stages of life can be exciting and challenging as your child begins to take more responsibility and move toward more independence. Learn more about stages and transitions.
Building a Partnership with your Doctor
Help your doctor understand all aspects of your child's life. You should feel good about expressing concerns, asking questions and adding insight, and listening respectfully to what your provider says as well. Learn more about building relationships with your doctor and care providers.