Janus Developmental Services, Inc. President/CEO, Chris Sorensen, was honored with the 2018 Ignite the Torch Non-Profit Achievement Award presented by the Pass the Torch for Women Foundation at a recent awards event in Indianapolis. The Foundation has created a community of women and men committed to supporting women throughout their career lifestyles, from college students to emerging leaders to top executives. This community comes together to provide mentoring and network opportunities to help women reach their full potential.
Indiana House Republican and House Democratic Caucuses Announce Leadership Teams for 2019 General Assembly
The Indiana House Republican Caucus and Indiana House Democratic Caucus have announced their leadership teams for the 2019 General Assembly.
House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-88) will remain in the role for a sixth term. Additional Republican leadership roles include Greg Steuerwald (R-40), who will serve as Majority Caucus Chair for the first time, and Matt Lehman (R-79), who will return as Majority Floor Leader.
The Indiana Health Coverage Programs (IHCP) posted the following important information to the provider website atindianamedicaid.com on November 6, 2018 (unless alternate date is noted).
On Friday, November 2, INARF staff, The Arc of Indiana staff, Self-Advocates of Indiana, and Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services staff; along with INARF members Jim Allbaugh, Carey Services, Inc.; Patrick Cockrum, Sycamore Services, Inc.; Rick Adams, Benchmark Human Services; Allison Wharry, New Hope of Indiana; Randy Hall, Cardinal Services, Inc.; and Jason Meyer, Passages, Inc.; attended the 2018 CMS Region V State Summit, along with counterparts from other Region V states and representatives from the CMS Region V office.
The Center for Medicare Advocacy and the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare have partnered to develop an education and outreach project to support Medicare beneficiaries and those who assist them as they enroll and re-enroll in Medicare. The Medicare Fully Informed Project provides comprehensive information about the full range of Medicare coverage options and includes an array of tools to assist in making the best individual enrollment choices. The goal is to aid beneficiaries, and those who help beneficiaries, make informed enrollment decisions.