This presentation was developed for West Virginia in 2010. It covers basic person-centered practices and shares tools & resources.
This presentation was given at the Supporting Consumers in the 21st Century Conference in 2010. The presentation covers the differences between person-centered and traditional service planning.
This presentation was given at the 2010 n4a conference and discusses the switch to participant direction and need for organizational change.
This presentation, developed by the Detroit Area Agency on Aging in 2005, covers the essential elements of person-centered planning.
This TA Call (January 2010) for ADRC and CLP grantees addresses the question, “How can consumer direction really be right for everyone?”, and goes beyond risk management to focus on the “hard parts” of consumer direction. A panel of experts... Read more
The third webinar (April 2010) of the Administration on Aging’s four-part Consumer Direction Webinar Series will focus on consumer direction from the administrative perspective. This webinar will include the prevalence of consumer direction in... Read more
During this webinette we will look closely at fraud and abuse in both traditional and participant-directed programs and discuss recommended design features and strategies to prevent or reduce fraud and abuse in your program. These strategies... Read more
Since 2001, changes in Medicaid policy and expanded financial support from the Administration on Aging (AoA) and the Veteran’s Administration (VA) have led to the expansion of the number of participant-directed (PD) long-term services and... Read more
This session assesses the home care rule's impact on VD-HCBS programs, including detailed coverage of the new companionship exemption requirements, as well as changes to joint employment status, shared living, and live-in worker rules. In... Read more
On Wednesday, January 14, Judge Richard Leon of the DC District Court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs in Home Care Association v. Weil, vacating the FLSA Home Care Rule. DOL is expected to appeal the ruling. This webinar recording is an overview... Read more