Tag Archive: state transition plan

Autism New Jersey Announcement: STP Changes Mark Public Policy Win

According to a recent alert: “… the STP, as originally written, would limit housing availability and individuals’ choices. The inclusion of arbitrary density benchmarks would have made certain desired or necessary settings ineligible for Medicaid funding. We are thrilled to announce that the newest version of the STP fully addresses these concerns.”

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NJ Statewide Transition Plan: SAY NO! – SIGN THE PETITION

Please read the following message from Parles Rekem, LLP and SIGN THE PETITION: Parles Rekem, LLP is sending this newsletter to alert you to the ongoing battle over New Jersey’s proposed Statewide Transition Plan (“STP”).  As part of the federal Affordable Care Act, each state is required to file an STP with the Centers for …

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New Jersey Stands Up for CHOICE!

Way to go to our friends in New Jersey! Read the following message from former FSU Guest Speaker and advocate, Lisa McCauley Parles from the Say NO to NJ’s Statewide Transition Plan – Say YES to Choice Facebook page: “Hi Everyone – We have been quiet on the Page for a bit but we have been very busy …

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300+ People Have Signed Our Letter to Steve Groff!

The final version of the HCBS State Transition Plan (STP) will be the most important document that will affect Delaware families and their loved ones with IDD’s future. If you have a loved one who is already in the system, this affects you!  If you have a family member who may someday want HCBS services, this affects you! The next round …

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