Tuesday, July 24, 2012
As states develop managed long-term services and supports systems for older adults and individuals with disabilities, it is critical that stakeholders – consumers and professionals alike – provide input during the proposal and implementation processes. Last month we began exploring tools advocates can use to analyze proposals, particularly in the areas of home and community based services benefits packages, assessment and person-centered planning. This month we will continue that discussion, presenting analysis and advocacy tools related to other critical implementation issues such as appeals and grievances, financing, and oversight.
NSCLC’s Georgia Burke participated in this June 27, 2012 webinar in which 360 people participated.