HCBS - Know the Facts:
Understanding the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Final Rule

August 2019

Person holds sign with words, I have a voice. The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, in partnership with Disability Rights Pennsylvania, Self-Advocates United as One (SAU1), and the Pittsburgh Center for Autistic Advocacy, is offering face-to-face training on the HCBS (Home and Community Based Service) Final Rule.

People with disabilities, family members and support professionals can attend a Lunch and Learn on Friday, September 20, 2019, at noon at the Howard Gittis Student Center Room 223, Philadelphia, PA 19122.

- the Rule's requirements and benefits;
- how the Rule promotes person-centered planning;
- to advocate for supports and services to make sure this Rule works for you or those you support.

Attendees may bring a lunch and the Institute will provide drinks and light snacks.

For those groups or organizations that cannot attend the Lunch and Learn, a training can be held at a select location and on a date and time that works for the group or organization.

Register to attend the Lunch and Learn or to request an on-site training.

Funded by a grant from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council.

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