Wednesday, April 4, 2012

To Your Child's Health: Filling the Funding Gaps 4/21

FUSE and Family Voices Indiana are partnering to bring you To Your Child’s Health, a series of health care finance trainings designed to help families raising children with disabilities learn more about the systems that can help meet their child’s health needs. If you were unable to attend the first session, Understanding the Funding Maze, you can now watch the online Webisode and use the Webquest to learn about all the health care financing resources touched upon in the training.

View the Webisode at

Click here to access the Webquest

The second training in the series is

Filling the Funding Gaps
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Ameriana Bank Community Room
1810 N State Street
9:30 am –11:30 am
Cost: no charge

Online registration is now open. Click here to register.

Raising a child with special health care needs or disabilities brings unexpected and added expenses. This training will explore the variety of grant, philanthropic and creative options available to help you meet your family’s needs. Be prepared to learn about the hidden options you need to know! Participants will leave ready to pursue “next steps” for a variety of funding and supports for which they may be eligible.

Child care is not available at this event, but parents who need child care to attend may apply for a scholarship to support their child care expense. Please request a claim form when you register. A check will be issued at the conclusion of the training.

Future sessions in the series include: All Kinds of Medicaid (August 18) Health Care Financing after age 18 (October 20).


1 comment:

SF-PUC said...

The training sessions offered by FUSE and Family Voices Indiana are an excellent means to help families with children with special needs. I was not familiar with FUSE, so I visited the website. FUSE is truly designed to meet the needs of children with disabilities and their families. Plus, this organization demonstrates how a community can work together to empower and enrich the lives of children with special needs. Thank you for your wonderful service and support.