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On Thursday, June 11, 2015, the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center (formerly the ADSSP National Resource Center) held a webinar focused on updates to the National Alzheimer’s Project Act (NAPA). Webinar participants learned about recent updates to NAPA as they relate to care and services for people with dementia and their caregivers and how NAPA updates influence practice. Webinar recording (YouTube)
Updated September2023 ACL and the disability and aging networks it funds are working together to ensure that older adults and people with disabilities are able to exercise their fundamental right to vote. ACL's programs provide a variety of resources, including information and education, supportive services and legal assistance. They also work with their states and communities to improve access to the voting process. ACL compiled this page to serve as a resource "hub" to make it easier for disabled people and older adults to find the voting resources they need.
Business Acumen describes an organization’s ability to quickly and keenly understand and address a business situation in a manner that will likely to lead to a good outcome. Many Community Based Organizations (CBOs) seeking to diversify their payer portfolios – specifically those seeking to sell or deliver services to health plans and other payers or providers of health services – find that they must learn or strengthen existing skill sets.
On Thursday, May 8, 2014, the ACL Alzheimer's Disease Supportive Services Program held a new webinar on as part of a series to provide helpful, current, and applicable information for professionals who work with people with dementia and/or their caregivers. This particular webinar focused on elder abuse and neglect as it relates to people with dementia. Participants learned about: The incidence and prevalence of elder abuse, especially abuse of those with dementia
Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new "one-stop shop" on Medicaid.gov to make it easy to access information about states' plans to enhance, expand, and strengthen home and community-based services using new Medicaid funding made available by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP). 
The morning of June 5, 2018, the Elder Justice Coordinating Council hosted its spring meeting. Held at at the Securities and Exchange Commission building in Washington D.C., the meeting provided a day of updates and discussion on the future of elder justice. Established in 2010 by the Elder Justice Act, the EJCC coordinates activities related to elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation across the federal government.
Saturday, March 5th, 1pm ETRSVP for this briefing The White House Office of Public Engagement invites you to join a briefing with Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra and members of the Domestic Policy Council on what the President's State of the Union address means for Americans with disabilities. 
On Tuesday, September 1, 2015, the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center held a webinar on creating communities that are safe and respectful, provide support, and work toward quality of life for people living with dementia and their families. Webinar participants learned about key concepts related to Dementia Friendly Communities and heard from community leaders putting these concepts into action. Webinar recording (YouTube)  
ACL has authored a new issue briefing entitled “The Opioid Public Health Emergency and Older Adults.”  Opioid misuse and addiction have become a large, nation-wide issue. Opioid use disorder can affect people of all ages; racial, ethnic, sexual and gender minorities; income classes; and geographic areas.  Older adults are among the groups affected by this problem because they often use prescription opioids to cope with painful chronic conditions, such as arthritis, or procedures, such as surgery.    
On Thursday, July 30, 2015, the National Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resource Center held a webinar about the prevalence and characteristics of people with dementia who live alone. Topics included the signs of self-neglect, intervention strategies, and the experiences of people with dementia who live alone. Webinar Recording Part 1 (YouTube) and Webinar Recording Part 2 (YouTube).

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