Refer a Child or Family
Submit this form on behalf of a child or family to connect them to services. Help Me Grow staff will then contact the parent/caregiver and will also follow up with the referring provider and child’s health care provider (with parent permission).
Free Tools and Training Opportunities
Receive free Ages and Stages (ASQ) developmental and social and emotional screening questionnaires and printed CDC Milestones materials
Learn to conduct developmental and behavioral screening and access the ASQ Online system
Access the Universal Developmental Screening Registry for easy and safe data sharing
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Read our 2020-2021 Impact Report
The Universal Developmental Screening Registry (USDR) allows screening results to be securely shared across clinical and community settings to ensure young children are connected to developmental supports. Participating practices and providers are encouraged to access and review developmental screenings completed by early educators, home visitors, and others to inform their surveillance and screening activities during health supervision visits.
To participate in the UDSR:
Have your families complete and sign the Parental Release form and keep this for your records
Start sharing and viewing screening results and a child’s screening history.
|USDR Webinar for Early Educators and Community Providers||View a recorded webinar to learn about the USDR and how it can benefit your program.|
|UDSR Webinar for Health Care Providers||View a recorded webinar to learn about the USDR and how it can benefit your practice.|
|User Manual||Detailed guidance for entering and viewing results and running practice reports.|
|User Support||Reset your password.|
|Refer a Family||Connect families with developmental supports.|
|Developmental and Behavioral Screening Guidelines||Learn how use of USDR fulfills the Blueprint Accountable Care Organization (ACO) quality measure.|
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Parents and caregivers want to provide safety for their children. Health care professionals are their most trusted source of information. Teaching families about the latest safe sleep guidelines is the first step in helping to prevent Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), the death of an infant less than 1 year of age that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly, and whose cause of death is not immediately obvious before investigation. While there can be multiple causes for SUID, supporting families in implementing safe sleep practices will help lower their risk.
|AAP Recommendations||Updated Safe sleep recommendations, broken down by strength of recommendations (A-C with A being the strongest).|
|Safe Sleep Toolkit from AAP||Materials, including posters, videos, and social media graphics to promote safe sleep.|
|Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID)||Information, including training resources on SUID and SIDS from the CDC.|
|Poster||Vermont Department of Health poster promoting safe sleep.|
|What does a safe sleep environment look like?||Information and materials on safe sleep from NIH.|
|Building on Campaigns with Conversations||Modules to help you understand and implement the Conversations Approach to promote breast or chestfeeding and safe sleep practices.|
|Bright Futures/AAP Periodicity Schedule||Recommendations for Preventive Pediatric Health Care is a schedule of recommended screenings and assessments at each well-child visit from infancy through adolescence.|
|Children’s Integrated Services||Resources for the organizations and providers who partner with the CDD to provide CIS services to families in Vermont.|
|Family Planning and Pregnancy||Resources for professionals on family planning and pregnancy, including guidelines, recommendations and trainings.|
|Health Care for Children and Youth||Resources for professionals, including information on quality improvement and healthcare reform.|
|WIC||Find out more about the many benefits of WIC, how to help families apply, or make an online WIC referral.|
Learn about DULCE, an evidence-based approach to address social determinants of health, promote healthy development of infants, and provide support to families in pediatric health care settings. If you are interested in learning more about DULCE, please contact Laura Pentenrieder.