Newsletters

The Michigan Family Connections Newsletter is a (mostly) quarterly publication produced in partnership between the Family Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and Michigan Family to Family Health Information Center.

Newsletters

YearSeasonTopic
2018SpringFamily Stories Edition
2017FallCareers, Health Care Transition, Diabetes, ACA, Child Development, Military, Bullying
2017SummerFamily Leadership Network, Sickle Cell Disease, Autism Detection, Epilepsy Foundation of MI, Drug Prescription Labels
2017WinterFamily Stories Edition
2016FallHealth Insurance Coverage, Low-cost internet, Bridging Apps, Care Notebook, People First Language
2016SpringWater Safety, MI BioTrust for Health, Asthma, Well Visit Planner, Transition, ACA, MI Family Support Subsidy
2016WinterFamily Stories Edition
2015FallConference Scholarships, Catalyst Center, Epilepsy, MI 211, Grayson’s Gift Project, Winter Emergency Planning, Early On, ACA, Transition, Caregiver Mental Health
2015SummerPeer Support, Parent-to-Parent Support Network, MI Newborn Screening, Early Hearing Detection & Intervention, Transition
2015SpringABLE Act, Home Help Program, Emergency Planning, Dental Care, Reaching for the Stars, Family Support Subsidy, Think College, Family Center Staff
2015WinterFamily Stories Edition
2014FallACA, Essential Health Benefits, Habilitative & Rehabilitative Services, Insurance Coverage for Autism, Transition, Partnering with Your Doctor, Vaccinations, Smart Heart Foundation
2014SummerMI Interagency Coordinating Council, Home Help Services, ACA, Transition, Leaders in Policy Advocacy, NAMI, Vision Screening, Parent to Parent of SW MI
2014SpringParents Partnering for Change Training, Allergy & Asthma Network, Inclusion, Care Coordination Training, ACA, Transition

How to Contribute

Michigan Family Connections is interested in sharing topics of interest to families of children and youth with special health care needs across Michigan as well as the providers who work with them. If you have an article, event to highlight, learning opportunity, or topic suggestion, please contact us.