Three Cedar Family Center

Organization Name: Lifespan
Address: 335 R Prairie Ave.,
Suite 1A
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-444-7703
Service Categories:
Eligibility: Must be eligible for Medical Assistance, including RIte Share and RIte Care under age 21, RI resident, live at home and meet the diagnostic criteria. Self-Referral or recommendation from PCP, medical, behavioral specialist • FAX: 444-6115 Phone: 444-7703
Services Provided: Care Coordination for families of children and youth with special needs. Cedar staff will work closely with the family and professionals to access needs and to develop a Shared Plan of Care .
We are a “one-stop shop” for your family, providing assessment, referrals and resources to help guide you during a difficult journey. At Three Cedar, we tailor an action plan to the goals you set for your child and family, and you’ll play a key role in making decisions about the plan.
Provider Profiles: Statewide
• Clinical Social Workers, MSW; Cedar experience +10 years
• Family Service Coordinators: Masters level/matriculated
Process:
• Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment of child and family
• Identify current issues and long term concerns
• Assess parent understanding and knowledge of child’s condition/disability/needs
• Intervention: Skilled clinician to help parent process impact of chronic conditions
• Care Plan Development with specified actions in collaboration with family
• Establish an individualized family safety/crisis plan as appropriate
• Provide ongoing care coordination
• Facilitate communication/collaboration with all providers
• Referrals to appropriate services
• Provide ongoing re-assessment for effectiveness and results of actions and referrals
• Assess for efficiency and avoidance of duplication
• Assess for successful goal attainment

Lifespan Cedar has Access to:
Developmental Pediatricians and other medical specialists at the CNDC and within Lifespan
Psychology Services at the CNDC
(ACT clinic: ACT refers to Cedar and Cedar refers to ACT)
Value added: comprehensive EMR
Original Source: Rhode Island Dept of Health, Office of Special Needs
Last Updated: 1/17/2017