In 2019, the National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) received 45 applications for technical assistance with requests for support to enhance staff competencies, engage stakeholders, strengthen quality improvement, and build cross-system consistency for person-centered thinking, planning, and practice. In this webinar, representatives from four of the 15 NCAPPS states will showcase their achievements and share what they’ve learned and what they plan to do next. The panel will be facilitated by people with lived experience who will provide insights into why engaging people who use services is essential for person-centered systems change. The webinar will close with information about how to apply for the next round of NCAPPS Technical Assistance.
NCAPPS webinars are live-captioned in English and Spanish. If you require any additional accommodations to participate please email Connor Bailey. Please note that some accommodation requests made less than one week before an event may not be possible.
**Please Note: If you would like to receive a certificate of attendance, we recommend you connect to this webinar using the Zoom desktop app. NCAPPS’s webinars are not officially approved for Continuing Education Units, however we do provide confirmation of attendance in the case that an organization wishes to use participation in NCAPPS’s webinars to grant credit for any internal requirements. Connecting via the desktop app will ensure that Zoom recognizes your attendance.**
All NCAPPS webinars are recorded and archived at ncapps.acl.gov.
The National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) assists states, tribes, and territories to transform their long-term care service and support systems to implement U.S. Department of Health and Human Services policy on person-centered thinking, planning, and practices. It supports a range of person-centered thinking, planning, and practices, regardless of funding source. Activities include providing technical assistance to states, tribes, and territories; establishing communities of practice to promote best practices; hosting educational webinars; and creating a national clearinghouse of resources to support person-centered practice. Visit the NCAPPS website for more information.