One of the key focus areas for helping people and communities reach their full potential is promoting and supporting thriving children and youth. The eTransX Wellbeing Care Coordination system has built in modules, assessments, and success pathways to support this community improvement goal at the community level and the personal/household level.
Today’s children and youth and their care givers face a host of challenges that can hinder their opportunities and ability to thrive. Adverse childhood experiences are around every corner. Solving this challenge will take a community wide cross sector effort as shown in Figure 1. eTransX has developed a systemic solution for helping families and communities support thriving children.
It is never too early to support the healthy development and growth of America’s youth. Implementing a community-wide solution that like the Wellbeing Care Community can fundamentally impact the trajectory and success of our neighborhoods and cities.
To help people and communities reach their full potential eTransX has developed a cloud based integrated system that connects key stakeholders at both the community level and the personal household level to capture and share actionable information and facilitate cross sector collaboration. The diagrams in this section illustrate how the eTransX Wellbeing Care Community system can be deployed at the community level, the neighborhood level, or at a regional level.
Children and Youth Development
eTransX’ Wellbeing Care Community (WCC) system provides a unique community-based person-centric, cross-sector data sharing solution that helps community-based anchor or backbone organizations scale community initiatives to improve health, social, and economic outcomes. WCC bridges silos by serving as a trusted community information exchange, coordinating the work of multiple organizations working across sectors “so that the right hand knows what the left hand is doing.” WCC results in improved outcomes for people and communities by using evidence-based best practices, reducing duplication of effort, and lowering operational costs.
WCC supports collaborative building and management of pathways with parents, mentors, and CBOs such as early childhood and after-school organizations to promote positive childhood and youth development. This includes promoting trauma-informed community awareness and addressing adverse childhood experiences. Pathways can include health, academic goals, life skills, substance misuse prevention, career exploration, and post-secondary guidance. WCC provides a way to track progress, build upon strengths, and break through barriers along the way to successful adulthood.
Promoting Thriving Children and Youth Will Take the Entire Community:
Figure 1 – Source: Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County