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Webcasts

This portion of the resources section provides links to webcasts produced by the NLRC partner organizations.

Archived Webinar on Long Term Services and Supports in a Managed Care Environment: Advocacy Strategies for Increasing Independence
Source: NSCLC
Content Type: Archived webinar / transcript
This year has brought a flood of state proposals to move long-term services and supports (LTSS) into managed care systems. As is generally true when managed care is involved, these proposals present both opportunities and hazards. Ideally, service planning and integrated LTSS financing/ budgeting will lead to greater options for community-based services. The risk is that service planning will be dominated by managed care organizations unfamiliar with home and community-based services (HCBS) principles, and focused on short-sighted efforts to limit services. This session, jointly presented by the National Senior Citizens Law Center (NSCLC) and the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), will discuss public policy advocacy strategies to protect consumer interests in managed care, introducing and utilizing an LTSS consumer protection checklist developed by NSCLC and DREDF.

Recorded Webinar on Elder Justice: Stronger Federal leadership Could Enhance National Response to Elder Abuse
Source: National Center on Elder Abuse
Content Type: recorded webinar
Elder Justice: Stronger Federal leadership Could Enhance National Response to Elder Abuse: GAO Report to the Chairman, Special Committee on Aging, U.S. Senate, March, 2011, with speakers Eve Weisberg and Divya Bali of the GAO, and “Strengthening Adult Protective Services (APS) and Informing Implementation of the Elder Justice Act: A Nationwide Survey of APS Programs”: A Report of Life Long Justice, an Elder Justice Initiative of Appleseed, with speakers Marie-Therese Connolly and Leah Flamm of Appleseed.

NCLC's National Elder Rights Training Project 2009 Training Series
Source: National Consumer Law Center
Content Type: Recordings of 2009 webinars.

NCEA's Featured Webcasts
Source: National Center on Elder Abuse
Content Type: Webcasts
Quarterly webcasts hosted by National Adult Protective Services Association highlight promising practices, recent research, and current initiatives in the field.

CERA's Archived Webinars
Source: Center for Elder Rights Advocacy
Content Type: Training Recordings
Recordings of CERA's training webinars.

NCLC's National Elder Rights Training Project
Source: National Consumer Law Center
Content Type: Training Recordings
Recordings of NCLC training webinars.