NSCLC: Preparing Advocates to Shape HCBS Transition Plans

From our colleagues from NSCLC:

The new federal regulations on community-based settings mean states must bring their Medicaid HCBS systems into compliance. NSCLC’s Four Tips for Consumer Advocates produced with the National Disability Rights Network offers advice for assessing their state’s compliance progress. We’ve produced several webinars on the topic throughout the summer and fall that have trained more than 2,000 advocates on how to make sure their state plans include strong consumer protections.  

Continue reading here: http://www.nsclc.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/State-Transition-Plans-for-New-Medicaid-HCBS-Regulations_Four-Tips-for-Consumer-Advocates.pdf

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