NCOA is hosting a webinar focused on connecting older veterans with needed resources and benefits. This webinar will address the common communication problem that occurs as a result of veterans unfamiliar with the landscape of non-military related benefits and aging and disability counselors unfamiliar with the network of veteran benefits. The webinar will describe the three branches of the Veterans Administration (VA) and outline the benefits connected to each branch.
This webinar will discuss opportunities for community-based social service organizations to leverage their programming and community expertise and build partnerships. In particular, the webinar will focus on specific considerations for organizations looking to form new partnerships.
This webinar will discuss the All of US Research Program, an inclusive national research program. The focus of this webinar will be how advocates, researchers and people with disabilities can engage with this research program. Presenters will include speakers from HCM Strategists, the All of Us Research Program Engagement Team and the American Association on Health and Disability. Following the presentation, attendees will have a chance to ask questions of the panelists.
The Center for Health Care Strategies is hosting a webinar on CDC’s 6|18 Initiative. The webinar will introduce the Initiative and highlight recent accomplishments from participating Medicaid-public health teams. Medicaid and public health representatives from Colorado and Nevada will describe key activities, collaboration strategies, and lessons from their efforts to reduce tobacco use and prevent type 2 diabetes under the 6|18 Initiative. The webinar will also introduce CHCS’ Resource Center for Implementing CDC’s 6|18 Initiative.
The Medicare Learning Network is hosting an informational call on the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program (MDPP) Wednesday June 20 from 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. ET.
This is the third and final webinar in a series of webinars from NASHIA focused on person centered planning. The first webinar was held Thursday, May 17 and served as an introduction to the general concepts of person centered thinking. The second webinar took place Thursday, May 31 and focused on moving from thinking to planning and the details of documentation.
This webinar will discuss Medicaid applicants’ right to appeal the denial, limitation, reduction, termination, or suspension of Medicaid services. It will cover Medicaid due process protections, the different Medicaid appeal processes, and ways to address obstacles frequently encountered during the appeal process. Presenters are Eric Carlson and Jennifer Goldberg, Directing Attorneys at Justice in Aging.
This webinar is a continuation from previous NCLER Medicaid webinars, and it may be helpful for participants to review these webinars prior to attending.