Webinar 7/25: Evidence for the Impact of Money Follows the Person

July 17, 2019

Register for the webinar.

Since its inauguration state Money Follows the Person (MFP) programs have transitioned more than 90,000 institutional residents back to the community. The Community Living Policy Center is hosting a webinar on Thursday, July 25 at 2 - 3:30 PM ET that will examine the cost and care benefits of MFP programs, their impact on individual and state outcomes, and their future role in the LTSS landscape.


  • Carol Irvin, Mathematica
  • Steve Kaye, University of California, San Francisco
  • Nicole Jorwic, The Arc of the United States


  • Joe Caldwell, Brandeis University
  • Anne Womer, Brandeis University

Register for the webinar.

Space is limited. Closed captioning will be available. The webinar will also be recorded and made available for viewing following the event. Email: clpolicy@brandeis.edu if you have any questions or need any further accommodations.  

This webinar is being hosted by the Community Living Policy Center within the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy at Brandeis University. Support for this webinar is provided by Administration for Community Living, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).

Within ACL, NIDILRR works to generate new knowledge and promote its effective use to improve the abilities of individuals with disabilities to perform activities of their choice in the community; and to expand society's capacity to provide full opportunities and accommodations for people with disabilities. NIDILRR conducts its work through grants that support research and development.

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Last modified on 07/17/2019

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