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Summary of ADRC Semi-Annual Report Consumer Satisfaction Information Spring 2007

Grantees are required to establish measurable performance goals for their programs as well as indicators that enable them to track progress. Relating to consumer and client satisfaction with services, it is important that established goals assess visibility, trust, ease of access and responsiveness of program functions and staff. This summary contains findings of ADRCs assessments of consumer satisfaction relating to performance indicators and reported in the semi-annual report.

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Promising Practices in HCBS: California – Single Process for Diagnosis and Service Delivery

Two multi-county regions in California established one-stop clinics to diagnose autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and coordinate service planning across the education and developmental disabilities systems. Both regions also established ongoing collaborative teams to coordinate supports and improve the local service system for children with ASD. An evaluation reported a four-month reduction in the average age of ASD diagnosis.

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Moving from Place to Place: A Consumer Navigation Guide for Seniors Involved in Health Care Transitions

This guide was created to help serve as a resource for seniors and caregivers when you making decisions about transitions. The guide can be used as a tool to help think about many important aspects of transitions from hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and community based living. The guide was written in collaboration between numerous organizations in Maine.

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU): Montana’s Medicaid office and ADRC

This agreement represents a mutual understanding and establishes a partnership for meeting the goals of the State’s Aging and Disability Resource Center grant. The parties to this understanding are Senior and Long Term Care Division and its Aging Services Bureau and the Home and Community Services Division and their local contractors and offices in the areas that the ADRC is being implemented. The agreement outlines the background and the general responsibilities of each party.

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ADCR-TAE Fact Sheet: How to Secure Medicaid Federal Financial Participation (FFP) for ADRC Functions: The Basics

The federal government will match expenditures that it deems necessary to support the “efficient and effective” administration of the Medicaid program. This administrative federal financial participation (FFP) is typically 50% of the costs, but in certain cases, enhanced match of up to 90% is available. Medicaid administrative activities can include many of the ADRC functions.

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ADRC-TAE Fact Sheet: How to Secure Medicaid Federal Financial Participation for ADRC Functions

States can draw down federal funds to assist in paying for the operation of their Medicaid program. Some ADRC activities may be eligible for administration federal financial participation (FFP). This resource provides guidance in applying and securing Medicaid FFP for ADRC activities.

Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/51333

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Maryland Service Access Information Link (SAIL) Online Application

SAIL, the Service Access and Information Link is an example of a web-based screening and application tool that allows Maryland applicants to complete a series of questions to help them decide which social services benefits to start an application process for. Consumers can start an application online for more than 9 programs, complete a redetermination, report changes and print verification forms. Organizations can become community partners to help customers apply for benefits.

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Evaluation of the Maine Aging and Disability Resource Center Project

This final evaluation report reviews the Maine ADRC project which began with three sites designed to demonstrate the \"no wrong door\" concept. Part I of this report describes the experience of, and recommendations from, the DASH Network in Bangor. Part II of the report focuses on the experience of the 3 local coalitions and their member organizations and highlights coalitions' community development activities and recommendations for future development.

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New Tools that Span the Generations: A Guide to Developing a Point of Entry in your Community

This manual has been developed to both document the Fulton County point of entry (POE) experience and to offer help to others through the process of establishing a POE. Fulton County referred to as Central Assessment and Placement (CAP) may be viewed as a pilot project that can serve as a model for other groups to use in developing a POE system that fits into their local long-term care system.

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