Webinar 1/29: Launch of the National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems

January 23, 2019

Join the NCAPPS launch webinar on January 29 at 3:00 - 4:30 pm EST.

Register for the webinar.

The Administration for Community Living and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently announced the launch of the National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS).

Join the webinar to learn more about NCAPPS and to have your questions answered regarding technical assistance opportunities to transform long-term care service and support systems to implement person-centered thinking, planning and practices. 

To learn more, contact NCAPPS@acl.hhs.gov.

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NCAPPS will assist 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 will support a range of person-centered thinking, planning, and practices, regardless of funding source. Activities will 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 new NCAPPS website for more information: https://ncapps.acl.gov/.

States, tribes, and territories can apply for technical assistance through an application available online. The deadline for technical assistance applications is February 12, 2019. Completed applications should be submitted to NCAPPS@acl.hhs.gov.



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Last modified on 01/23/2019


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