Category: Care Coordination

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health takes a unique approach with care coordination to help children and families get the medical care and social supports they need to thrive. Through our nationally-recognized model, we offer care coordination to children with complex medical needs, children in behavioral health crisis, and children who are likely to develop delays or disorders in the future.

An Innovation Journey

By: Allison Matthews-Wilson, LCSW Here at Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health, and at Connecticut Children’s at large, there’s a lot of talk about innovation. Where to find it, how to foster it, and how to fund it. I’m proud to say, in the space I work, […]

Enhancing Outcomes Through Teamwork

By: Susan Roman, RN, MPH It’s been quite a year for Connecticut Children’s Center for Care Coordination thanks in large part to amazing teamwork shown by our dedicated team members. We have had some small but significant successes, as well as achievements that have garnished national recognition. Some […]

Overcoming Adversity

When Veronica Rosario moved to Connecticut in 2015 with her two sons, she felt overwhelmed and struggled to acclimate to her new surroundings. Rosario’s husband passed away after battling cancer and her youngest son was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy just one year after that. “When my husband passed, […]