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Complete Series: HCBS and Person-Centered Planning

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Stepping Up to the Promise and the Spirit of the Home and Community Based Waiver

Person-Centered Planning, Thinking and Doing

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About the series

The 2014 Home and Community-Based Services Waivers (HCBS) regulations hold enormous potential for the way support services are provided to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. These new regulations mark one step closer to the promise of the Olmstead Decision — upholding the "most integrated setting possible" standard of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act!

This can't miss webinar series offers state agency leaders, adult service providers, family members, and service beneficiaries grounding in the meaning of the new Waiver regulations and a comprehensive review of WHY and how to implement them. Webinar presenters, many of whom are internationally renowned thought-leaders and trainers, will cover big questions and lessons learned from decades in the field such as grounding practices in strong values; the meaning of "person-centered"; the ethics of supporting vulnerable people; empowering the community to support its citizens; supporting risk-taking and much more. Many great examples of adults living productive, valued roles in their communities will be shared along with descriptive of the supports that make thriving possible.

Presentations included in this series

TASH originally aired its webinar series on Person-Centered Planning and the Home and Community-Based Services Waiver twice with minor variations — first in Autumn of 2014, then again in Summer of 2015. We have combined the best of the two airings to created this composite version. This is the complete combined series. For more information or to purchase individual episodes, click on the episode listings below.

originally broadcast Tuesday, 30 September 2014

The Promise and Intent of HCBS Regulations and Settings Requirements

Alison Barkoff, Director of Advocacy, Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law

Rachel Patterson, Policy Manager, Association of University Centers on Disabilities

originally broadcast Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Person-Centered Planning — What Does this Really Mean?

John O'Brien is a thinker and writer working to imagine better lives for people with disabilities

originally broadcast Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Authentic Person Centered Planning — the Role of Community

Tom Kohler, Coordinator and Executive Director, Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy

originally broadcast Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Supporting Genuine Choice

Hope Dittmeier, Director of Service Innovation, The Mattingly Center

originally broadcast Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Great Stories – How "Person-Centered" Plays out in Real Life

Gail Fanjoy, Executive Director, Katahdin Friends, Inc.

Scott Shepard, Executive Director, Avenues, Inc.

originally broadcast Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Truth Telling: Bringing Consistency to the Practice of Supporting People

Lyle Romer, Executive Director, Total Living Concept

Jeff Strully, Executive Director, Jay Nolan Community Services

originally broadcast Tuesday, 18 November 2014

The Business Impact of Authentic Person-Centered Planning

Pat Fratangelo, Executive Director, Onondaga Community Living

Michael Kendrick, Kendrick Consulting, International

How to access this webinar archive

This product is a package of recordings of a webinar series that was originally presented live. You will have access to the series immediately upon purchase and for an unlimited time. Once you have checked out from the store, you will receive an e-mail that includes a link to download your access ticket. The ticket includes the links and access codes for the episodes you have purchased. Click on a link on the ticket, enter the respective access code and the Adobe Connect session will launch and the webinar will automatically start playing.

If you have any questions, you can contact Donald Taylor at dtaylor@tash.org or 202-888-2419.