What health care educational resources are available to special needs population?
Florida HATS is a collaborative program of the Florida Department of Health, Children’s Medical Services Network, Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, and other partners throughout the state. To ensure successful transition from pediatric to adult health care for all youth and young adults in Florida, including those with disabilities, chronic health conditions or other special health care needs.
Does your state provide a comprehensive database of services ieedn your state?Flordia has a program named MOUSE empowers underserved youth to learn, lead and create with technology, preparing them with skills essential for their academic and career success.Also the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami School of Medicine is a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service, and provides this web site as a resource for parents, families, and consumers. It includes documents, website links, and videos originally developed by the Mailman Center for online training of health care professionals*. The categories offered include: assistive technology, early care & education/child care, early intervention, education-school age, employment, services & supports, health care, and adults with developmental disabilities. We also provide a “Further Assistance Contact Form” where a consumer can ask for help in finding additional information (in English and Spanish).
How do special needs populations access services in your state ?
Disability Rights Florida, formerly the Advocacy Center for Persons with ... All Elder Helplines can be accessed through the Florida Telecommunication Relay ... the quality and variety of services available to students with special needs. ... an increased use of private providers to add service capacity for this population.
What additional assistive technology ?what are the challenges to implement the technology? Technology, at times a barrier to persons with disabilities, has become a tool for inclusion, independence, self-determination, improved opportunities, and greater quality of life. With