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Executive Summary: Ohio’s Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project “ProtectOhio”

The ProtectOhio Comprehensive Final Evaluation Report, explores the impact of the Title IV-E Waiver (a national child welfare demonstration project), in 18 participating Ohio counties. Since 1997, these child welfare agencies have used flexible federal funding source s to enhance services and provide family-driven supports, in an effort to reduce their use of foster care. This evaluation report examines the implementation of system reform efforts made possible by the Waiver, specifically focusing on four main strategies adopted … Read More

Date: 5/2010

Author(s): Madeleine Kimmich, Julie Murphy, Erin Singer, Kim Firth, Linda Newton-Curtis, Cailin Wheeler, Jamie Daignault

Comprehensive Final Evaluation Report: Ohio’s Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project “ProtectOh

The ProtectOhio Comprehensive Final Evaluation Report, explores the impact of the Title IV-E Waiver (a national child welfare demonstration project), in 18 participating Ohio counties. Since 1997, these child welfare agencies have used flexible federal funding sources to enhance services and provide family-driven supports, in an effort to reduce their use of foster care. This evaluation report examines the implementation of system reform efforts made possible by the Waiver, specifically focusing on four main strategies adopted by … Read More

Date: 5/2010

Author(s): Madeleine Kimmich, Julie Murphy, Erin Singer, Kim Firth, Linda Newton-Curtis, Cailin Wheeler, Jamie Daignault

The Riot! - Issue 24

This issue of The Riot! is dedicated to how the world SHOULD be for self-advocates. Everything from People First language being the law of the land to using the 'R' words gets your mouth washed out with soap. Get ready for a fun ride into the future life of self-advocacy!   The Riot! is a quarterly international e-newsletter written by and for self-advocates. It's edgy, fun, informative and promotes strong self-advocacy. … Read More

Date: 4/2010

Author(s): The Riot! Staff

Where Does North Carolina Stand?

This is the fourth edition of Where Does North Carolina Stand?  This paper provides a review of the trends in Medicaid-funded residential service utilization, residential living arrangements and service expenditures over the past decade (1998 – 2008), both nationally and within North Carolina. … Read More

Date: 4/2010

Author(s): John Agosta, Kerri Melda, & Drew Smith

Building Disability Awareness - Learning Community Teleconference Training

This Connect for Health teleconference training was hosted by HSRI and Palm Beach Habilitation Center (PBHC) to share experiences and best practice, and foster an open dialogue among the Learning Community – consisting of project participants, contributors, service providers, local businesses and other stakeholders. The teleconference included a description of the Connect for Health Program and a discussion of experiences including challenges and strategies. A key component of the program was providing opportunities for people … Read More

Date: 12/2010

Author(s): Moderators: Jaime Daignault, Yoshi Kardell; Guest Presenters: David Lin, Kevis Jones, Claire Hall, and JJ Hanley

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