Related Resource Related Resource Browse the resources below for information to support the provision of preventive services, care coordination, and other supports to foster early childhood development. Advertising Disclaimer AAP Resources: Screening, Referral, and Follow-up Policy, Guidelines, and Publications Bright Futures – Provides a framework and tools for well-child care, including recommended screenings. For tools focusing on birth to 11 months, AAP members can access the Infancy Visit Tools. For tools focusing on 12 months to 4 years, members can access the Early Childhood Tools. Early Intervention, IDEA Part C Services, and the Medical Home: Collaboration for Best Practice and Best Outcomes (2013, reaffirmed 2017) – Report reviewing the benefits of Early Intervention and strategies for collaboration between IDEA Part C and the medical home. Patient- and Family-Centered Care Coordination: A Framework for Integrating Care for Children and Youth Across Multiple Systems (2014, reaffirmed 2018) – Statement discussing the importance of care coordination across settings and offering a framework that is centered on the needs of the patient and family. The Pediatrician's Role in Family Support and Family Support Programs (2011, reaffirmed 2017) – Policy statement that reviews opportunities for pediatricians to assess strengths/stresses in families, counsel families about strategies and resources, and collaborate with others in their communities to support family relationships. Tools, Trainings and Other Resources Early Brain and Child Development Initiative Web Site – AAP resources for promoting early brain and child development, including clinical practice transformation and education and advocacy agendas. HIPAA Privacy Rule and Provider to Provider Communication – AAP web page providing information about navigating HIPAA when sharing health information. National Center for Medical Home Implementation: Care Coordination – AAP website that offers tools and resources to support the implementation of care coordination.External ResourcesChild and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) - Organization working to promote patient-centered care through resources such as the Promoting Healthy Development Survey (PHDS), a parent-completed survey that assesses care received as part of the well-child visit, and the Well Visit Planner, a tool to support caregivers in identifying concerns to discuss with their health care provider during well-child visits.Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers - Web site providing tools and videos for parents to utilize to learn how to communicate with their young child, develop structure and routines, and implement discipline; available in Spanish.The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program - Program focusing on improving maternal and child health, preventing child abuse and neglect, encouraging positive parenting, and promoting child development and school readiness; Web site includes a map of federal home visiting programs in each state.Mental Health Care Services by Family Physicians - Position statement from the American Academy of Family Physicians advocating for screening for mental and behavioral health issues in primary care and discussing models for integrating primary care and behavioral health.Overcoming Lower-Income Patients' Concerns About Trust and Respect from Providers - Commentary published in Health Affairs focusing on low-income patients' perceptions of their health care providers.Reach Out and Read - Program promoting early literacy in pediatric care by giving families a "prescription" that encourages reading aloud together.ZERO TO THREE - Organization providing programs and resources to ensure that babies and toddlers are connected to services they need for well-being and healthy development, including Tuning In: Parents of Young Children Tell Us What They Think, Know, and Need, a report of findings from a 2016 survey of parents of young children with key topic areas including parent challenges, information needs, and supports.