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1 -Harper et al. - 2018 - A State Multi-Sector Framework for Supporting Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
1 +Hutchinson et al. - 2009 - Creating Respite Solutions
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2 2  == Source ==
3 3  
4 -Harper et al.
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5 +Hutchinson et al.
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7 +Nova Scotia Partnership on Respite, Family Health and Well-being
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6 6  |(((
7 7  == Year ==
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9 - 2018
12 + 2009
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11 11  == Region ==
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13 - United States
16 + Canada
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18 + Nova Scotia
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16 16  == Type ==
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20 20  == Objective ==
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22 - Help state officials, as well as parents and families, compare state systems across multiple sectors in order to advance state policies that support access to services and inclusion for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs in their communities
27 + Workshop was created to provide a centralized setting where parents could learn about respite and the available local and provincial services and resources
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29 +Main goal was to build family capacity by helping parents identify workable respite solutions based on their family strengths, family needs and available community resources
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25 25  == Key Notes/Findings: ==
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27 -* Created by two non-profits: Child Trends and Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
28 -* Organized in four domains:
29 -** Health Services
30 -** Family Support and social services
31 -** Education and Employment Services
32 -** Law Enforcement and juvenile justice contact
33 -* Provides a short list of system level outcomes to describe the ideal experience for families as they interact with institutions and seek services
34 -* Provides a foundation for the creation of new tools and reporting systems to sort quickly vast information and better understand how states compare in supports
35 -* Also lists available datasets and compilations of state policies aligned with the framework
34 +Out of many recommendations for respite solutions, there were four priority recommendations for responsive respite care provision:
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36 +* Develop accessible and centralized informational resources on respite for caregivers and professionals
37 +* Enhance provincial capacity to recruit, educate and retain respite workers
38 +* Develop home-based and inclusive community-based after-school, summer and recreational/leisure programming for all ages.
39 +* Review/revise the eligibility criteria formal respite funding and services provided by the Nova Scotia Department for Community Services – Direct Family Support program
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38 38  == Reference: ==
39 39  
40 - Harper K, Abdi F, Ne’eman A. A State Multi-Sector Framework for Supporting Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs [Internet]. [cited 2018 Jun 26]. Available from: [[https:~~/~~/www.childtrends.org/publications/a-state-multi-sector-framework-for-supporting-children-and-youth-with-special-health-care-needs>>url:https://www.childtrends.org/publications/a-state-multi-sector-framework-for-supporting-children-and-youth-with-special-health-care-needs||rel="__blank"]]
44 + Hutchinson P, MacRae A, McFadyen S. Creating Respite Solutions [Internet]. 2009 [cited 2016 Oct 18]. Available from: [[http:~~/~~/disability.novascotia.ca/sites/default/files/Final%20Report%20on%20Halifax%20workshop.pdf>>url:http://disability.novascotia.ca/sites/default/files/Final%20Report%20on%20Halifax%20workshop.pdf||rel="__blank"]]
41 41  )))

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