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Capitol Correspondence - 02.15.19

Webinar: Promising Practices in Managed Long-Term Supports and Services

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ANCOR is sharing this notice by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) because the managed care model is increasingly entering the disability supports space. Because of the unique nature of intellectual / developmental disability (I/DD) supports, ANCOR has been researching and writing analyses on what managed care could mean for people with disabilities – we encourage members interested in this topic to learn more here.

As shared by the ACL:

Webinar 2/15: Promising Practices in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports: Network Adequacy and Accessibility

Register for the webinar on Friday, February 15 at 2 pm ET.

Join the Community Living Policy Center for a webinar about recent research on promising practices in Managed Long-Term Services and Supports. First, promising practices and options for states to measure network adequacy of home and community based services providers will be discussed. Second, practices will be highlighted to promote physical and programmatic accessibility of network providers for enrollees with disabilities.  

Space is limited. Closed captioning is available. The webinar will also be recorded and made available for viewing following the event. Email: [email protected] if you have any questions.

Presenters:

  • Ari Ne’eman, Community Living Policy Center
  • Mary Lou Breslin, Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund

Moderators:

  • Steve Kaye, University of California at San Francisco
  • Joe Caldwell, Brandeis University

This webinar is being hosted by the Community Living Policy Center within the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy at Brandeis University. Support for this webinar is provided by Administration for Community Living’s National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).