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Oxygen Mask Episode 24: Insights from a care coordinator

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In Episode 24, Beth interviews Tara Mahin, a Care Coordinator in the pediatric practice that cares for both of Beth’s kids. The two discuss ways care coordinators can help parents of medically complex kids, including parents raising kids with autism. The conversation illustrates how a little help goes a long way in helping families navigate systems more efficiently, lending continuity to care, and providing and a “warm handoff” among providers. Listen in and check out the show notes to learn more about accessing care coordination.

Show notes:

Find Health Care Homes at the Minnesota Department of Health’s website. Health Care Homes include care coordination as part of their services.

Tara Mahin is a Care Coordinator at South Lake Pediatrics in the Twin Cities metro area in Minnesota.

Author: Beth

Beth is a wife, mother, researcher and connector. She has two elementary-aged kids, one who is differently wired with autism. Beth has done graduate work and consulting related to youth development and community engagement. She loves advocating for authentic community engagement and contributions of kids and families impacted by autism. She lives in Hopkins, MN.

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