• English
    X

    Google Translate Disclaimer

    The Maryland Department of Information Technology (“DoIT”) offers translations of the content through Google Translate. Because Google Translate is an external website, DoIT does not control the quality or accuracy of translated content. All DoIT content is filtered through Google Translate which may result in unexpected and unpredictable degradation of portions of text, images and the general appearance on translated pages. Google Translate may maintain unique privacy and use policies. These policies are not controlled by DoIT and are not associated with DoIT’s privacy and use policies. After selecting a translation option, users will be notified that they are leaving DoIT’s website. Users should consult the original English content on DoIT’s website if there are any questions about the translated content.

    DoIT uses Google Translate to provide language translations of its content. Google Translate is a free, automated service that relies on data and technology to provide its translations. The Google Translate feature is provided for informational purposes only. Translations cannot be guaranteed as exact or without the inclusion of incorrect or inappropriate language. Google Translate is a third-party service and site users will be leaving DoIT to utilize translated content. As such, DoIT does not guarantee and does not accept responsibility for, the accuracy, reliability, or performance of this service nor the limitations provided by this service, such as the inability to translate specific files like PDFs and graphics (e.g. .jpgs, .gifs, etc.).

    DoIT provides Google Translate as an online tool for its users, but DoIT does not directly endorse the website or imply that it is the only solution available to users. All site visitors may choose to use alternate tools for their translation needs. Any individuals or parties that use DoIT content in translated form, whether by Google Translate or by any other translation services, do so at their own risk. DoIT is not liable for any loss or damages arising out of, or issues related to, the use of or reliance on translated content. DoIT assumes no liability for any site visitor’s activities in connection with use of the Google Translate functionality or content.

    The Google Translate service is a means by which DoIT offers translations of content and is meant solely for the convenience of non-English speaking users of the website. The translated content is provided directly and dynamically by Google; DoIT has no direct control over the translated content as it appears using this tool. Therefore, in all contexts, the English content, as directly provided by DoIT is to be held authoritative.

    System Development Grants (FY2014)
     
     
    Award To Project Funded Award Amount
    The Arc of Montgomery County
    Funds provide continued support to  Karasik and Family, Infant and Child Care Center, a fully-inclusive child care center, located in Montgomery County,  that serves children ages two to ten years of age, including medically fragile children.
         200,000
    Children's National Medical Center -  Genetics
    Provide comprehensive clinical services for patients with genetic and metabolic conditions in the State of Maryland. 
        126,696
    Children's National Medical Center- Systems
    Funds support CNMC's ability to provide and sustain integrated access to services and care coordination for Maryland children and youth with special health care needs through the Complex Care Program and Parent Navigator Program. 
        143,746
    Johns Hopkins Hospital - Genetics
    Support the McKusick-Nathans institute of Genetic Medicine for the provision of genetic services to the people of Maryland, including inpatient and outpatient consultations, outreach clinics, newborn screening follow-up/diagnostic evaluations and long term treatment and management of patients with metabolic and genetic disorders. 
        163,469
    Johns Hopkins University Hemophila and Hematology
    Provide comprehensive coordinated pediatric hematology care for patients with Sickle Cell Disease. Also provide transition services for youth to adult sickle cell services.  Provide comprehensive, preventative and specialty care for people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders at Johns Hopkins University.
       177,450
    Maggie's Light Foundation
    Funds will support a parent-led organization to develop and maintain its 'Community Works' Program, a pre-professional 'family perspective' training program.
         49,869
    PACT
    Provide continued support for the provision of specialized child care services to children, birth to five years of age, attending World of Care Medical Child Care Center in Baltimore. Support PACT's training of early childhood care providers and families attending World of Care Center.
       400,000
    Parents' Place of Maryland
    Provide a statewide, central source of information, resources, support and referrals about the health care system and community-based services for families of children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities in Maryland.
       208,663
    The Coordinating Center
    Funds support the Take a Break Program, a family-directed respite care program for CYSHCN in Anne Arundel County.
            7,500
    University of Maryland - Genetics
    Support the UMD School of Medicine Genetic Services Program for the provision of genetic services to the people of Maryland, including inpatient and outpatient consultations, outreach clinics, newborn screening follow-up/ diagnostic evaluations and long term treatment and management of patients with metabolic and genetic disorders.  Also, provide laboratory services for MD residents who are unable to access essential services for the evaluation for genetic conditions. 
         250,000
    University of Maryland - Systems Development
    Support the ongoing services and continued development of the ASK Program at the University of Maryland which provides information, referral and other care coordination services for Children with Special Health Care Needs.
        155,696