Webinar 3/30: Understanding the Ingredients for Successful Stakeholder Engagement

March 23, 2020

Register for the webinar on Monday, March 30 at 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET.

Stakeholder engagement is essential for successful transformation to more person-centered practices. Stakeholders—including people with lived experience and their informal support networks, providers, and broader communities— all have invaluable insights to inform redesign, ensure buy-in, and support implementation. Even so, stakeholder engagement is a stumbling block for many program administrators spearheading systems change efforts.

The National Center on Advancing Person-Centered Practices and Systems (NCAPPS) presents a webinar: "The PAE Attention Framework: Understanding the Ingredients for Successful Stakeholder Engagement" on March 30.

This webinar will:

  1. examine the common benefits and obstacles to meaningful stakeholder engagement;
  2. review a simple framework to guide engagement activities; and
  3. provide real-life examples of how this framework can build stakeholder trust and sustainable engagement strategies for success.

Register here.

All NCAPPS webinars are recorded and archived at ncapps.acl.gov.


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.



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