Formerly Family Voices IN/About Special Kids. We provide answers and resources to families and professionals who are involved in the upbringing of children with complex medical conditions, mental health diagnoses and physical/intellectual disabilities.
The Bureau of Quality Improvement Services is pleased to announce a webinar on Incident Reporting on October 1, 2019, at 1 p.m. EDT. The presentation will include incident reporting data and trends, incident review requirements and best practices. BQIS will share current data in comparison with the 2018 presentation, “Data Forum: Incident Report Data,” as well as address some of the frequently asked questions. Questions may be sent in advance, but no later than, Wednesday, September 25, 2019, to Shelly.Thomas@fssa.in.gov . Time will be allotted to address questions and for open forum discussion. The webinar will be recorded and posted on the BQIS’ webpage for viewing at a later date. Below is the information on accessing the webinar: To participate in the webinar on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 1 p.m. EDT , please log onto URL: https://Indiana.AdobeConnect. com/indiana . Participants will sign in as a guest using their name. Audio will be voice over internet, so participan
CALLING HOOSIERS WITH DISABILITIES! INSILC DISABILITY LISTENING SESSION E VENT TO BE HELD AT SALESFORCE – CLOUD CITY Don’t miss the chance to #BeTheVoice and share your needs and experiences with INSILC and your peers! The Indiana Statewide Independent Living Council (INSILC) is conducting a Disability Listening Session for people with disabilities in Indianapolis at Salesforce – Cloud City (433 N. Capital Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46204) Wednesday, September 11 at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The purpose of the Disability Listening Session is for INSILC to hear directly from its peers with disabilities on their needs to live independently in the community. INSILC seeks feedback on disability-related issues and barriers its peers face when attempting to live independently (with or without supports/services) to help guide its future advocacy and legislative efforts and for the development of the next 3-year State Plan for Independent Living in Indiana. Pl
In 2018, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) initiated a different approach to coordinating non-emergency medical transportation for Traditional Medicaid members. FSSA hired a transportation broker, Southeastrans, to arrange and coordinate transportation for these members through a network of independent, credentialed Medicaid transportation providers. Indiana Medicaid Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Overview provides helpful information and tips to assist providers and Medicaid members when using this transportation benefits.