CRS project focuses on emergency preparedness for families of CSHCN

Children’s Rehabilitation Service is currently working on a quality improvement project to better prepare families of children with special health care needs for emergencies. CRS discovered a need for better emergency preparedness among families of children with disabilities as part of last year’s comprehensive needs assessment survey, said CRS Maternal and Child Health Coordinator Lolita McLean. “We were really surprisedContinue reading “CRS project focuses on emergency preparedness for families of CSHCN”

Federal reviewers visit Montgomery for CRS block grant, needs assessment review

Children’s Rehabilitation Service presented its five-year needs assessment survey results at the annual block grant review held Aug. 14 at the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). The needs assessment is conducted every five years by agencies that receive money through the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant. The survey helps state maternalContinue reading “Federal reviewers visit Montgomery for CRS block grant, needs assessment review”

Needs Assessment findings presented to CRS

Children’s Rehabilitation Service received the needs assessment survey results from the University of Alabama at Birmingham on March 9. The in-depth survey is conducted every five years by agencies that receive money through the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant. “The purpose of the survey is to identify both the strengths and theContinue reading “Needs Assessment findings presented to CRS”