Transition/Diversion from Institutions

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The National Evaluation of the MFP Demonstration: Health Care Expenditures Two Years Post-Transition

This recently released follow-up report was aimed at studying changes in the second year after individuals transitioned out of institutional care into community settings. Participants in the MFP program had higher costs during the first twelve months than non-MFP participants who also transitioned to community-based care. However, this study showed that these costs became comparable after the first year of transition.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/70414

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2016 Centers for Independent Living (CIL) Transition & Diversion Services Survey Study Summary of Findings: Institutional Transition

The aim of this study was to gather information to gain a better understanding of the resources and assistance needs CILs may have with the new WIOA implementation guidelines in effect.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/70006

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Doin’ the Diversion Dance from Rehab to Community: One Center’s Approach to Early Intervention in Rehab Facilities

This on-demand training addresses nursing home diversion by reaching out to individuals new to their disabilities while they’re still in rehab facilities in the Phoenix area. Presenters shared how they built and funded the program, how it worked, and real-world examples and success stories from the program.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/70005

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Community Integration: A Holistic Approach to the New Core Services for Transition & Diversion

This training addressed the new core services for centers for independent living as a natural extension of the Independent Living philosophy. Assisting people to move out of institutions – or staying out of them in the first place – is some of the most important and impactful work that CILs do. The CIL-NET organized this interactive workshop in Atlanta to help figure it all out together – as a community. The presenters provided a great deal of information and real-world guidance.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/70004

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Bridging the Health and Housing Gap Transitioning Medicaid Recipients from Institutions to the Community in the Context of Housing Shortages and Affordability

This report reviews federal health and housing policies, noting the barriers created that seniors with clinically-driven housing insecurity must navigate. It also reviews a series of initiatives that ACAP members are undertaking to address housing as a social determinant for this vulnerable population, with examples from California, Ohio, and North Carolina.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/69937

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Integrating Older Adult Behavioral Health Into Long-Term Care Rebalancing

The National Coalition on Mental Health & Aging (NCMHA) has released a report on integrating older adult behavioral health into long-term care rebalancing. The report includes opportunities and recommendations for for funders such as public health agencies and managed care organizations (MCOs). The report notes that close to 50 percent of persons receiving long-term care have a mental disorder other than dementia.

Short URL: http://www.nasuad.org/node/69266

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