HCBS Conference 2010 – Archived Sessions
09/29/2010 | 3665 Requests *
Access the videos of the plenary sessions and PowerPoint presentations from this national conference held in Atlanta, GA, September 26-29. The conference featured innovative national, federal, state and local delivery and policy developments vital for ensuring that Americans of all ages and abilities receive the highest quality community living supports, care, and services.
Wages and Benefits; Medicaid; Community Inclusion; Caregiving; Aging and Disability Resource Center; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Medicaid and HCBS 101; Reducing the Costs of Home and Community Based Services Care: A Person-Environment-Task Framework; Culture Change Throughout the Continuum of Long-Term Living; Opportunities for Participant Direction: A Closer Look at Health Care Reform; Working Together to Ensure Efficient, Effective Benefits Outreach and Enrollment; Nurse Delegation in Home Care Agencies Serving Persons; Evidence Based Self Management of Chronic Conditions via the Internet: Better Choices, Better Health; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Money Follows the Person; The Role of ADRCs in Care Transition; Real Family Support: Families and Poverty; Blending and Braiding Medicaid and Other Financing; Alabama’s Electronic Home and Community Based Services Quality Tool; The Affordable Care Act: Implementation at the Federal and State Levels; Improving the Health of People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Public Health Approach; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Taxonomy and MAX Files; Long-Term Care Systems for Older Adults in 10 Midwest States; Consumer Direction in Georgia; Training Low-Income Seniors for the Home and Community Based Services Workforce: Best Practices and Future Opportunities; Ho’ohuli, Transforming Systems to Facilitate Informed Choice and Participant Direction in Hawaii; ADRCs and Rebalancing Maryland; Promoting Clinical Preventive Services for Older Adults: Key Opportunities for the Aging Network; Veterans Directed Home and Community Based Services— Administration on Aging & Veterans Affairs Partnership; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: CMS Open Mike; HUD & HHS Community Living Collaboration: Enhancing Supports for Independent Living; The Name Game: A Taxonomy of Home and Community Based Services; Improving Access to Home and Community Based Services: Variations in Financial Eligibility Standards for HCBS Waivers and Other Waiver Options; Florida’s Experience: Expanding the CMS Care Track; Creating a Mental Health Collaborative to Serve Older Americans; Recent Developments in ADA Enforcement by DOJ; CMS CMCS Medicare Workshop Series: Design and Management of an Evidence-Based HCBS Quality Improvement Strategy (QIS); The State Unit on Aging Role in Implementing Evidence-Based Programs for Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) and their Caregivers; Food Insecurity and Hunger in Older Adults in Community Settings: Prevalence, Prevention, and Advocacy; Women Against Violence and Exploitation; Does an HCBS Consumer Have Access to Ombudsman Services?… How the Answer May be Changing in Your State; Making the Case for the Village Model; Successful Community Living with Complex Needs, the Texas Money Follows the Person Program ; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Affordable Care Act Provisions Impacting Long-Term Services and Supports; Promoting Appropriate Supports for LGBT Elders; National Technical Assistance Resource Center; The National Quality Caregiving Initiative; Person Centered System Change in Georgia; Rebalancing Long-Term Care in Maine: Use of a Projection Model; A Best Practice Model for Adult Protective Services; Children’s Health Insurance Program; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Affordable Care Act Provisions Impacting Long-Term Services and Supports (continued); Medicaid Funding for Assisted Living; Why States Should Consider PACE and Special Needs Plans When Developing Home and Community Based Services Programs; Leveraging PASRR to Support Community Placements; Seeking Refuge: Trends in Family Caregiving; Creating Change: Implementing Tailored Caregiver Assessment and Referral (TCARE); Empowering the Person: From Evidence to Practice; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Applied to HCBS Waivers Implementing the Affordable Care Act: Making it Easier for Individuals to Navigate Their Health and Long-Term Care; PASRR: A Vital Tool for Long-Term Care Rebalancing; Peer Support Whole Health, Recovery & Transportation; Direct Care Workers—Issues and Challenges; Using National Measures for Cross-Population, Apples to Apples Comparison of Institutional and Home and Community Based Services Outcomes; Consumer-Direction in a Managed Care Environment; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Performance Measures: A Good Beginning Makes a Good Ending; Supporting Family Caregivers across the Lifespan: Federal Initiatives and Technical Assistance for Program Development; Importance of Care Coordination with the Implementation of Health Reform; Public Guardianship in Georgia and Beyond: Best Practices for Serving our Most Vulnerable; Measuring State Employment Options; Workforce Development Across Silos: Monitoring Workforce Outcomes Across Populations; Creating Livable Community Environments at the Micro-and Macro-Levels; CMS CMCS Workshop Series: Affordable Care Act and Long-Term Care: Pulling It All Together; Building Evidence-Based Prevention Program Delivery and Distribution Systems: Role of State Agencies on Aging, State Health Departments and State Medicaid Agencies in Improving the Health of the Nation; Continuous Quality Improvement in Georgia; If You Can’t Get There, What Good Are the Services?; Ombudsmen Building Communication; Innovative Tools States are Using in Long-Term Care and the Implementation of Home and Community Based Services; Options Counseling ADRC Style
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Archived conference materials / Presentations, Links / Websites
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