ODP Announcement Invitation to Participate In ODP Information Sharing Webinar Series

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The mission of the Office of Developmental Programs is to support Pennsylvanians with developmental disabilities to achieve greater independence, choice, and opportunity in their lives.

AUDIENCE: All Interested Individuals, Families Members, and Other Stakeholders

PURPOSE: To share information about a new ODP webinar series connecting the Everyday Lives visions, values, and recommendations from ODP’s Information Sharing and Advisory Committee with the Consolidated and P/FDS waiver renewals.

DISCUSSION: ODP is offering a series of webinars intended to inform stakeholders about the exciting changes included in the Consolidated and Person/Family Directed Support (PFDS) waiver renewals. The series starts on July 31, 2017, with a kick off with Deputy Secretary Nancy Thaler. There are four webinars in this series. Each webinar has a unique registration link and registration is required. Please review the information below for titles, descriptions, dates, times, and registration links. Each webinar will have a 500-person capacity limit so if groups of individuals will be participating together only one person needs to register. While we hope you can join us, following each webinar presentation the recording will be posted on MyODP.org at https://www.myodp.org/course/index.php?categoryid=317


Waiver Renewals Web Series Kick Off with Deputy Secretary Thaler (click for more information)

Overview of Consolidated and P/FDS Waiver Renewals (click for more information)

Waiver Renewals: Community Participation Supports (click for more information)

ODP Communication Number 074-17



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