Florida Aging and

Disabilities Convening

Sept 12, 2019 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm

On the afternoon of September 12, our conference will officially get underway with opportunities for aging and disabilities advocates to join expert facilitated conversations on one of Florida’s biggest issues: protecting Medicaid for Florida’s aging and disabilities communities.

Whether you’re a provider, consumer, or concerned citizen, join us to share your experience on where the gaps in the system exists and how they can be addressed. This will also be a chance to learn about trends and best practices happening nationally and statewide.

The discussion will be led by Kelly Wilson, FVH’s LTC, Aging & Disability Advocate, and Karen Clay, former co-chair of the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology.

This convening is free to attend!

You're also invited to join us for a conference welcome dinner on Thursday, September 12 ($10). That will be followed by the full day conference and health value boot camp on Friday, September 13 ($25).

All conference attendees will also receive a gift card:

  • Participate in 1 of 2 days (Sept. 12 or 13) - $10 gift card

  • Participate in BOTH days (Sept. 12 and 13) - $20 gift card

12:30 PM  |  Sign in and Light snacks

 

1:00 PM  |  Welcoming Remarks and Introductions

Kelly Wilson, Aging & Disability Consumer Advocate Florida Voices for Health

Karen Clay, Florida Disabilities Advocate

 

1:10 PM  |  Presentation: Today's Aging & Disability Network  

Kelly Wilson, Aging & Disability Consumer Advocate Florida Voices for Health

Overview of current programs and services accessed and administered through Florida's 11 Aging & Disability Centers, tour of the LTC Statewide Medicaid Managed Care process and discussion on latest developments and policy changes impacting Florida's aging and disabilities community and their caregivers.

2:10 PM  |  Snacks and Networking Break

 

   2:30 PM  |  Facilitated Discussion: Solutions and Next Steps

Join us for a panel discussion focused on what has and is changing, identifying common goals and defining opportunity for collaboration and engagement among consumers, long term care providers and the aging network. Kelly Wilson will moderate the discussion and will present questions and concerns from stakeholders and community/coalition members.

3:55 PM  |  Closing

 

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