Stanley Clark has been seen week after week --for several years --picking up the litter at Kiwanis Park as a volunteer.....so he got his own bench yesterday!!!! Definitely a hidden treasure! Thanks, Kiwanis Club!
Friday, November 17, 2017 1:00 – 3:00pm EST
UK Coldstream Research Campus
Human Development Institute Training Room
1525 Bull Lea Road, Lexington KY 40511
Please join us in person or online via videoconference. A link to the live video stream of the seminar will be sent to registrants.
There is no charge to register for the seminar. Space is limited so please be sure to register.
Lori Gresham is the Clinical Program Manager Senior for the Department of Medicaid Services. Ms. Gresham has an extensive knowledge of all the Medicaid Waivers, from waiver applications to regulations to the inner day-to-day processes.
More than 1 in 3 adults under age 65 enrolled in Medicaid have a disability. Medicaid provides essential medical care and supportive services that help many persons with disabilities remain in their homes and communities. The Department of Medicaid Services (DMS) will provide a basic overview of Kentucky’s six 1915 (c) Medicaid waivers and the services they provide for people with disabilities. We will discuss the process for applying for waivers. Lastly, we will discuss upcoming waiver redesign and provide avenues to provide feedback to guide the process.
1. Participants will learn a basic overview of Medicaid waivers and the services provided.
2. Participants will become familiar with how to apply for Medicaid waivers.
3. Participants will be able to discuss upcoming waiver redesign and avenues for providing feedback.
CEU’s are pending in Rehabilitation Counseling in conjunction with the Kentucky Office of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Registration: Electronic registration will open October 12, 2017. Visit HDI Seminar Registration to register for the seminar. For help registering, contact email@example.com
Recap of October 9th Mayfield City Council Meeting
Mayor Cantrell and the Mayfield City Council honored Mrs. Helen LaFrance, a self-taught local artist for her contribution to the arts in our community. Notable people who have artwork created by her include Oprah Winfrey, Bryant Gumbel and fellow artist Red Grooms. Her artwork is also displayed at the Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, the Kentucky Folk Art Center in Morehead, and at the Van Nelle collection in Amsterdam. Pictured below are Mrs. LaFance, her caretaker Mrs. Wanda Stubblefield and Mayor Cantrell.
The Business of the Month was awarded to Your Hometown Credit Union. Manager Nancy Towery and Chairman of the Board, Denny Foy stopped by to receive the award.
Ryan Drane, Director of Economic Development briefed the council on his agency’s activities. Mayor Cantrell read proclamations honoring the Graves County Extension Homemakers for their dedication in improving the quality of life for families and communities through leadership development, volunteer service and education. Pictured below are Zenette Newsome, Nancy Smith, Janice Kafton, Debbie Smith, Jo Ann Collins and Jan Mayes.
Mayor Cantrell proclaimed October National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Mrs. Lisa Carrico, Provider Development Specialist at the Human Development Institute received the proclamation. We thank Mrs. Carrico for her dedication to the cause.