ACCH

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ACCH

Association for the Care of Children's Health. A generic term for a multidisciplinary association of professionals and parents that promotes quality psychosocial healthcare for children and their families—e.g., Purdue Association for the Care of Children's Health.
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In response to the mandate in PL 99-457, and with the support of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, the Association for the Care of Children's Health first formally articulated elements of family-centered care in 1987 (Shelton, Jeppson & Johnson, 1987).
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