High costs associated with raising a child with disabilities can strain the family budget and lead to trade-offs between basic needs. Children’s HealthWatch research demonstrated that families of children with SHCN who receive SSI were more likely to be food insecure compared with families of children with SHCN not receiving SSI.
Supporting Young Children with Disabilities: Solutions for Improving Food Security
by Allison Bovell, MDiv, Research, Policy, and Communications Coordinator, Ruth Rose-Jacobs, ScD, Principal Investigator, Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, MPH, Research and Policy Director, Sharon Coleman, MS, MPH, Statistical Analyst, Eduardo Ochoa, Jr. MD, Principal Investigator
Children's HealthWatch Policy Action Brief
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