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Promising Practices in HCBS: Wisconsin- Resource Centers Offering Access to Services and Comprehensive Information

This report details the State of Wisconsin’s Aging and Disability Resource Centers that offer information to the general public about a wide range of community supports available to older persons and persons with disabilities. The Resource Centers also give in-depth advice about long-term support options and provide a single entry point for persons seeking access to the state’s home and community based services programs.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49775

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Increasing the Efficiency of Safety Net Services in New Hampshire by Establishing Community Care Centers in Each Municipality

This paper proposes a major structural change to how health and human services are provided in New Hampshire that would correct the inherent problems caused by trying to deliver hundreds of safety net services to residents in 234 cities and towns through a complicated and fragmented system of regional centers.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49773

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Promising Practices in HCBS: Colorado- Simplified Access to Nursing Home Alternatives

The State of Colorado has established Single Entry Point (SEP) agencies that provide an access point for several publicly funded long-term supports for people with disabilities, including older people, people with physical disabilities, people living with AIDS, and people with brain injuries. SEP agencies provide education to individuals about available options and provide easier access for individuals and families to the programs. This report describes the SEP system in Colorado.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49734

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Quality Mall

The Quality Mall is \"a place where you can find lots of free information about person-centered supports for people with developmental disabilities. Each of the Mall stores has departments you can look through to learn about positive practices that help people with developmental disabilities live, work and participate in our communities and improve the quality of their supports.\"

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49717

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2003 CMS Conference Presentations

The Living and Working in the Community 2003 conference, sponsored by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), was held March 4-5, 2003. Participants included Medicaid grantees, consumers, advocates, Federal and State representatives, providers, and academics. The link provide here will direct you to the presentations from this conference. Topics include: Quality assurance, nursing facility transition, mental health, single point of entry, workforce issues and housing issues.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49707

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Promising Practices in Long Term Care Systems Reform: Wisconsin Family Care

Wisconsin launched a new initiative called Family Care that redesigns its long term supports system by concurrently reducing its complexity & increasing participant choice. One of its most groundbreaking features is the way it concretely translates into policy the principle of “money following the person” by creating for program participants an entitlement to both community supports & institutional care. This report looks at how the state uses single point of entry & person centered services.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/49491

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