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Habilitative services, which help a person keep, learn or improve skills and functioning for daily living, are essential for many children with special health care needs. Under the Affordable Care Act, states will play a primary role in determining which services are covered. This paper outlines key factors states should keep in mind as they make their decisions.

See a full report on habilitative services by Sara Rosenbaum, JD, George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services.

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Findings from a survey of California-based caregivers that asked them about their experiences receiving peer support for caring for children and youth with special health care needs.

This fact sheet explains the methods used in a study of California caregivers of CYSHCN, including the study’s purpose, survey instrument, sample, survey distribution, data analysis, and more.