The Orange County Care Coordination Collaborative for Kids (OCC3 for Kids) is a partnership of more than 30 organizations working to improve systems of care for children with special health care needs. Funding to support this partnership is provided by Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health along with in kind contributions of staff support from those who participate on OCC3 for Kids.
To ensure children and youth in Orange county with special health care needs achieve optimal care for health and wellbeing, and to enhance the quality of life for their families
To optimize and strengthen care coordination among providers and systems of care
Transition of Care Toolkit
OCC3 for Kids is working to create seamless transition from services for youth with special health care needs to services for adults. We have developed a Transition Toolkit, based on the Got Transition model and tailored to Orange County, that includes components for health care providers, youth, parents and service providers. The Transition Toolkit, which can be customized, includes these elements:
- Sample policy statement
Transition Tracking and Monitoring
- Sample individual transition flow sheet
- Sample transition registry
- Sample transition readiness assessment for youth
- Sample transition readiness assessment for parents/caregivers
- Sample plan of care
- Sample medical summary and emergency care plan
Transfer of Care
- Sample transfer letter
- Sample health care transition feedback survey for youth
- Sample health care transition feedback survey for parents/caregivers)
Resources for Transition
OCC3 for Kids has compiled a list of resources related to transition age youth to help with everything from health care skills and health services to school, employment, independent living, and community resources.
If you are interested in training or more information on the Transition Toolkit, please contact Erika Jewell, Manager of Case Management & Social Services at CHOC Children’s at email@example.com.
Previous OCC3 for Kids Work
Addressing the challenges with access to diapers for families of children with special health care needs (Click her to view case study)
Providing system-level care coordination (click here to view evaluation report)
OCC3 for Kids Participants (click here to view list)