- Review the states’ responsibilities for monitoring compliance with the HCB settings rule;
Justice in Aging is hosting a webinar to provide an overview of a new issue brief centered on the dual eligible population and programmatic recommendations to support equity. The recommendations are measures advocates and health plans can utilize to ensure equity is at the center of their ongoing response to COVID-19.
Examples of recommendations in the brief include:
Please join the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center for the webinar, Sustaining Programs for People Living with Dementia and their Caregivers: Billing for Dementia Services.
NADRC is hosting a webinar to discuss community-based services and supports delivery to people living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Providers from the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging and Nevada Senior Services will discuss innovative approaches used to ensure the continued service delivery for people living with dementia.
Registration is open for the Consumer Voice 44th Annual Conference. The theme of this virtual event is “Quality Now and Tomorrow: Creating a Better Future Together”. Attendees can expect to hear from expert speakers, learn the most up-to-date policy information, and network with a community of other long-term care advocates. Session topics include:
Resources for Integrated Care is hosting a webinar to discuss the benefits of flu vaccinations for dually eligible individuals and the role of health plans in ensuring beneficiaries receive flu vaccinations. The webinar will include strategies for health plans to provide access and education on the importance of annual flu vaccinations. Attendees can expect to hear from multiple health plans who will share promising practices such as establishing committees, developing effective outreach strategies, and partnering with community organizations. Panelists include:
The Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement (WISER) is hosting their 2020 Annual Symposium on Financial Solutions for Women. The theme will be "Moving Forward: Building, Expanding and Strengthening Women’s Retirement Security". This year's virtual event features retirement marketplace experts who will discuss public policy options and educational initiatives to help women and their families plan for their long-term financial security.
ACL is hosting an upcoming webinar on how COVID-19 has led to innovation in ID/DD transportation services. The webinar will discuss the ways that states and providers adapted during the pandemic, including updated waivers, procedural strategies, and other creative approaches to ensure continuity in home and community-based services (HCBS) and overall health and safety. This webinar will also address how lessons learned during COVID-19 can be applied to transportation services moving forward.
The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology is hosting a webinar about the delivery of HARP, a home hazard removal program. The webinar will focus on how an Area Agency on Aging (AAA) implemented this falls reduction program to support aging in place. During the webinar, participants will hear from Dr. Susan Stark, Washington University in St. Louis, who developed and tested the program. St. Louis AAA Executive Director David Sykora will also describe how the program works and its impact in reducing falls among older adults.
engAGED is hosting a virtal summit about social isolation and engagement among older adults. During this event. speakers will present recent research on the topic and discuss best practices. Attendees will learn about innovations to combat social isolation during COVID-19 and strategies for addressing social isolation in diverse communities. Registration for this event is open to the public at no cost.
Click here to register.