If you missed the exciting and informative sessions at the 2021 CP Annual Conference, you can catch up here!
NYS Medicaid Program Update
An update on the NYS Medicaid program and its plans for the I/DD sector.
Speaker: Brett Friedman, Medicaid Director, Office of Health Insurance Programs, NYS Department of Health
Using Social Media for Effective Advocacy
Tik Tok? Twitter? Facebook? Woof? How should we use the ever-changing landscape of social media to connect with our legislators and their constituents? This session will look at the impact of good digital communication and advocacy on the real world.
Speakers: Barbara Crosier, Bill DeVoe
Google Project Euphonia
This session will present an overview of what Project Euphonia is, the goals with case studies, and the need for gathering enough recordings. Data collection efforts with Euphonia will be discussed including some updates on the details of the data collection. Additionally, the presenter will discuss the trusted tester program and how individuals with ID/DD can get involved. This session is good for both professionals and parents or anyone who wants to know more about how technology can help someone with speech impairments communicate better.
Speakers: Marilyn A. Ladewig, Speech Language Pathologist, Google
SPONSORED BY GOOGLE
Telehealth Grant Update
This session will provide an update on the CP of NYS Telehealth Grant, and current data will be shared along with satisfaction data on the client experience.
Speakers: Meghan Calichman, Dr. Matthew Kaufman, Deb Williams
The Future Of Residential Programs: Managing Our Current Realities As We Plan
This interactive session will explore what various Affiliates are experiencing now and how they are planning for the future with a focus on rightsizing, staffing, vacancy management, integration of day activities, special initiatives, and future models.
Speakers: Tom Gillespie, Kathy Klosner, Susan Mentecki, Dahlian Porter
BDO: Non-Profit Standards
BDO’s 5th Annual Nonprofit Standards: A Benchmarking Survey will be discussed along with key findings and trends.
Speakers: Matthew Becker, Adam Cole, Keith Linzer
Advocacy: Setting The Table For 2022 Legislative Session
This panel will look at public relations strategies surrounding an advocacy campaign, choosing the right tactics, and setting objective goals for determining success.
Speakers: Barbara Crosier, Bill DeVoe, Tommy Meara, Evan Sullivan
Independent Living Through Self-Direction
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Diversity and Inclusion: Getting to be Clear
The topic of Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) has been an area of focus for several years. However, in many organizations, little progress has been made in terms of truly leveraging the value of D&I to create true inclusive environments. In this session, we will work to BE CLEAR and intentional about D&I efforts which will support a sustainable strategic approach in your organization.
Speaker: Delphia Howze, Owner & CEO, D. Howze Solutions, LLC
This session will offer an overview of the MOVE program and how it has been implemented at various sites. It will address the challenges in implementing MOVE and provide strategies to overcome these challenges. Highlights include how the MOVE program has helped increase choice-making opportunities for individuals, encourage independence for individuals in moving about their environment and reduce lifting on the part of family members and support providers.
Speakers: Karrie Diacetis, Program Manager – MOVE International; Symong Choi, DPT, PT Supervisor – CP of Long Island; Melissa D’Accardo, PhD, Curriculum & Training Specialist – CP Unlimited