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The National Center for Family/Professional Partnerships (NCFPP) provides information, tools, and assistance to help families and professionals partner to improve services for families of children/youth with special health care needs. Through our cooperative agreement with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau we are required to report data on our activities and impact. Please take a few minutes to provide us with feedback about our website. Complete a short survey now!
This 4-page report provides aggregated data on the activities of Family-to-Family Health Information Centers across the country from June 1, 2013 through May 31, 2014. Data includes families and professionals served, one-to-one assistance, trainings, information dissemination, impact on families, partnership activities, and self-reported impact on policies and programs.
Family Voices strives to infuse cultural and linguistic competence throughout the organization to meet the needs of all families. In this tip sheet, we provide strategies to help build cross-cultural relationships and help you consider the "individual vs. community" approach.
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Did you know that family-centered care can improve patient and family outcomes, increase satisfaction, decrease health care costs, and lead to more effective use of health care resources? You can learn more about what makes health care family-centered by using the Family Voices Family-Centered Care Assessment tool, a 24-question tool to measure family centeredness of provider care based on ideas created by families themselves.