Presentation Description: The Managed Long-Term Care Data Transparency Project makes public important data showing how New York State's Medicaid Managed Long-Term Care plans spend billions of Medicaid dollars to provide long-term care services that enable New Yorkers with disabilities of all ages to live safely in the community.

Nearly 300,000 New Yorkers depend on Medicaid home care services from Medicaid Managed Long-Term Care (MLTC) plans. While New York State makes some MLTC data public, there is a huge gap that this project aims to fill by posting selected data from Managed Medicaid Cost and Operating Reports (MMCOR) Reports, obtained from 2017 and 2018 reports. The Managed Long-Term Care Data Transparency Project presents selected MMCOR data in four interactive, downloadable visualizations, with a fifth visualization showing changes over time in enrollment in each MLTC plan.

Date: 11/9/2022


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Presentation Description: Disability Rights New York (DRNY) is New York State’s Protection and Advocacy System and Client Assistance Program (P&A/CAP). DRNY is federally funded to provide free legal representation directly to people with disabilities and to monitor and investigate allegations of abuse and neglect. Jennifer Monthie, Legal Director, shares information about the P&A/CAP system, DRNY’s current priorities and services and, answer questions.

Date: 9/28/2022


  • Jennifer Monthie, Legal Director, Disability Rights New York

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Presentation Description: We're very pleased to welcome presenters Maureen Strainge and Madison Near from New York State's Commission for the Blind. A special introduction will be given by Maria Dibble, Executive Director of the Southern Tier Independence Center (STIC) and Julie Hovey, Associate Commissioner of the New York State Commission for the Blind.

This webinar cover the following topics:

• To share knowledge with you (and dispel misinformation):
• The history of braille
• What braille is and what it isn’t
• Common terminology and introduction to braille letters
• Who teaches braille and who are the students
• Everyday uses for braille
• To encourage you to share information about braille and making the decisions about pursuing braille instruction
• Share ways to “plant seeds” with potential learners

Date: 8/31/2022 


  • Maureen Strainge, Instructor for the Blind, New York State Commission for the Blind.

  • Madison Near, Senior Vision Rehabilitation Instructor, New York State Commission for the Blind.

Presentation Recording: 

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