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Federal Financing and Very Young Children Assessing State Opportunities Charles Bruner May 23, 2013.

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1 Federal Financing and Very Young Children Assessing State Opportunities Charles Bruner May 23, 2013

2 Where the $3.685 Trillion in the 2011 Federal Budget Went The Federal Budget and Young Children: A Broad Overview

3 Major Sources of Federal Funding for Services for Children 0-2

4 Overall Investments in the Education and Development of Children – by Child Age Source: Earliest Learning Left Out For every dollar invested in the education and development of a school-aged (6-18) child … 6.7 cents is invested in an infant or toddler (0-2) 24.9 cents is invested in a preschooler (3-5)

5 Where We Are Today in Employing Child Health Coverage and Medicaid Participation % of the Age Group Served ServiceU.S Uninsurance Rates (2011 American Community Survey/ACS)7.5% 0-17 Uninsurance Rates under 200% poverty (ACS)10.7% 0-5 Uninsurance Rates ( National Survey of Children’s Health/NSCH) 4.6% 6-17 Uninsurance Rates (NSCH)6.0% 0-2 Medicaid/EPSDT Enrollment of all 0-2 year olds (416 forms and ACS) 56.0% Average Number of EPSDT Visits Annually Medicaid/EPSDT enrollment of all 3-5 year olds (416/ACS)51.5% Average Number of EPSDT Visits Annually Medicaid/EPSDT Enrollment of All 6-17 year-olds (416/ACS)35.6% Average Number of EPSDT Visits Annually.42

6 Where We Are Today in Employing Child Health Practitioners as First Responders for Young Children

7 Medicaid/EPSDT Opportunities in Supporting Children Birth to Three Child Health Practitioner Roles Developmental Surveillance and Screening Anticipatory Guidance Referral for “Medically Necessary” Services Referral to Care Coordination Care Coordinator/Community Service Networker Motivational interviewing and while child approach to identify further needs/opportunities Identification of available services and supports which can meet those needs Connection (referral/scheduling/follow-up) to services Community Services Medically necessary services Other community services

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