1 Million California Kids Have Special Health Care Needs
The Foundation supports development of a high-quality health care system that meets the needs of these children and their families.
New Grants: better system
A project to increase the number of pediatric faculty in California whose research focuses on the care of children with special health care needs is among five grants just awarded by the Foundation.
Addressing the Shortageof Pediatric Subspecialists
New study from UCLA documents gaps in availability of specialty care and proposes some innovative solutions.
A Family’s Challenge: Coordinating Care
The Suen family reflects on the joys and stresses of rearing a child with special needs, and on how their lives would improve if care were coordinated.
The Affordable Care Act: How Will Children Fare?
Study analyzes the coverage options, from high-end platinum to basic catastrophic, and the costs of each choice.