CSHN

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AcronymDefinition
CSHNClient Server Host Name
CSHNChildren with Special Health Needs (various locations)
CSHNCushion
CSHNCased-Hole Neutron Log (petroleum exploration)
CSHNCoordinated School Health Network (Washington)
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Katie eventually went to college and became an advocate for children with special health needs. In 2012, she died at age 34 in that same Cedar Rapids hospital.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, nearly half of all children with special health needs receive health insurance through Medicaid, CHIP or public coverage.
Participants were ten mothers of children with special health needs who had been hospitalized in the pediatric inpatient unit of a teaching hospital in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro.
The Vermont Department of Health (VDH), Children with Special Health Needs is seeking proposals to contract with multiple community based Registered Dieticians to make nutrition services available to children enrolled in the Children with Special Health Needs (CSHN) and Children~~~~s Integrated Services / Early Intervention Program (CIS/EI) programs, statewide.
Ministry intends to send the component 1 of the project on the training of teachers working on the program to prepare children for school, including children with special health needs, component 2 - to reproduce materials and visual tutorials, the development of materials in native language, as well as equipping classrooms , component 3 - on activities that will ensure the institutionalization of the program and inform parents and other interest groups about the importance of early child development and learning.
Keywords: parental health, depressive symptoms, well-being, children with special health needs, disabilities
At least 30 percent of federal Title V funds must be used for preventive and primary care, and another 30 percent or more must be used for care for children with special health needs.
Thus, the Department of Children with Special Health Needs established clinics in Morgantown, Charleston and Huntington.
"Progress toward Implementing Community-Based Systems of Services for Children with Special Health Needs: Summary Tables from the National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs" [accessed on November 11, 2004].
The federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau Division of Services for Children with Special Health Needs defines Family Centered Care as: Family-centered Care assures the health and well-being of children and their families through a respectful family-professional partnership.
"A medical home is not simply a program within a primary care practice, nor is it only for children with special health needs," Dr.
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