The Institute for Child Health Policy is proud to offer streaming videos. Browse the list below and select the title for more information. For more information about other materials developed through the Institute’s Health Care Transition Initiative, visit the Health Care Transition Initiative web site.
This 18 minute video teaches teens how communicate effectively with health care providers so that they answer teens’ questions and give the information and supports teens need to be more in charge of their own health.
Growing up and becoming an adult is difficult for all youth, but can be especially challenging for young people with special health care needs.
In many ways, Jeff Walden is a typical college student, but in some ways he is not. He was born with a severe physical disability that has posd many challenges on his road to independence.
Transition is never easy, however this process is usually more difficult for young adults with special health care needs who have been receiving care from specialized pediatric treatment settings and providers.
This video describes the mission and vision of Family Voices, a national grassroots network of families and friends speaking on behalf of children with special health care needs.
“It’s fundamentally about the dignity of each human being…about recognizing that work is at the heart of the American Dream.”
-President Bill Clinton, December 17, 1999.
This award winning video provides information about a work incentive program from the Social Security Administration for people with disabilities.
This video outlines the content set forth in the Maternal and Child Health Bureau publication “Measuring Success for Healthy People 2010.”
This video highlights issues in the transition to adulthood for young people with disabilities.
This video was produced in connection with a national instructional video conference and is for the public health community.
This award winning video introduces health care, social service, school health, mental health and other professionals to the culture of Vietnam veterans and the clinical issues which make these families unique.
This video was designed to inspire and inform families of children with special needs and the professionals who serve them.
Designed to accompany the proceedings of the Florida 1993 National Health Forum, this video addresses the role and value of holistic policy and program development which promotes inter-generational responsibility, commitment, and unity within communities on behalf of children and youth.