CMS' May Long-Term Services and Supports webinar will feature UNITE, Uniting Tribal Nursing Homes in Excellence. The webinar will take the format of a panel discussion and will be administrated by nursing home and assisted living facility administrators. Participants will learn about how UNITE members have been impacted by COVID-19 and how they have overcome challenges to the operations of their long-term care facilities.
This webinar will review the issue of scams during the COVID-10 pandemic. It will provide an overview of common scams, including fake tests and cures, robocalls, government imposters, business email compromise, and Paycheck Protection Program messages. During the webinar, presenters will discuss how advocates can help their clients avoid these scams while also protecting themselves and their organizations. Participants will also learn online safety tips for working from home and video conferencing.
This webinar will discuss how the delivery of nutrition services will be different after COVID-19. During the webinar, experts from ACL will preview what the "new normal" will look like as states begin the reopening process. Participants will hear how to align their organization with emerging guidance on reopening and also learn how they can leverage virtual platforms to provide nutrition education and counseling.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on society. However, the changes it has required across state agencies can also provide a learning opportunity moving forward. During this webinar, participants will hear how changes brought on by the pandemic may help LTSS agencies be more flexible in the future. The webinar will discuss how agencies can extract lessons from the pandemic to utilize new tools and technology and reduce regulatory hurdles in their work.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how federal and state agencies are delivering home and community-based services. During this webinar, NCLER will review federal and state actions to improve HCBS delivery during this challenging time. Participants will learn about options available to states and hear about how COVID-19 may continue affecting Medicaid HCBS programs into the future.
Presenters: Eric Carlson, Directing Attorney, Justice in Aging Gelila Selassie, Staff Attorney, Justice in Aging
NOTE: Registration for this webinar is now full. The event recording will be posted after the fact here: http://www.advancingstates.org/initiatives/national-information-referral-support-center/ira-webinars
ASA is continuing to host conversations with leaders in the field to share strategies for coping with the challenges brought about by COVID-19. This upcoming discussion will feature Paul Downey, President & CEO, Serving Seniors. He will describe how COVID-19 has impacted low-income housing complexes and what his organization is doing to protect their clients and volunteers.
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