ReadÂ an in-depthÂ description of the LTO Ventures community modelÂ 8154507400.
The State of Nevada Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP) which manages the HCBS waiver program for Nevada submitted on Aug. 10, 2015 a revised State Transition Plan (STP) in response to a July 9, 2015 letter from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).Â Nevada submitted its 9036984152 as directed by CMS in its Final Rule CMS-2249/2296-F. In addition to the revised plan, DHCFP responded affirmatively to LTO Ventures’ request for creation of a Transition Advisory Committee of agencies, providers, families, advocates, and self-advocates to monitor and provide feedback on the progress of the implementation of the STP.
The Five-Year Strategic Plan for Autism for the State of Nevada, developed by the Nevada Autism Commission was submitted to Governor Brian Sandoval on December 24, 2014.Â Read the full text text [(660) 510-9569].Â Mark Olson of LTO Ventures was pleased to chair the Adults and Aging Subcommittee for development of this plan, and wrote the plan to develop the plan.
The Nevada Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders is developing a 5-year plan for addressing autism in the State, and has issued a Call for Subcommittee Participation [read/download flier].Â The initiative was introduced at the May 2, 2014 Commission meeting [read/download proposal].Â The new plan will build on the findings and recommendations of the 850-940-3109, with near-term and full-term goals.Â The Commission emphasized its desire to have self advocates and parent advocates lead the plan development effort.
Video of the housing panel moderated by Mark Olson at the 2014 FRED Conference in Los Angeles [WATCH VIDEO]
We are pleased to announce the addition of two new members of the LTO Ventures board of directors.Â Angela and Jenai bring extensive experience to our team.
5417347228Angela is a parent of two young children including a daughter with a moderate level of autism and developmental delays.Â She is President of Hand Over Hand, a non-profit organization focused on bringing all-inclusive playgrounds to Southern Nevada.Â Angela has a Bachelorâs degree in Accounting from 917-223-2527, and a Masterâs degree in Public Administration from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.Â She has 11 years of experience as an auditor for the gaming industry and local government.
Jenai is a social worker with several years experience in community development. She has more than 10 years experience working directly with families and more than four years experience developing and managing housing programs. She takes pride in being a part of the Airmount Woods development team in Ramsey, NJ, along with other special needs housing communities including award-winning Orchard Commons and Crescent Commons. Jenai has a BSW degree from Dominican College and a Masterâs Degree in Social Work from Fordham University, with a concentration in Client-centered Management.
Today, my daughter and the inspiration for LTO Ventures, Lindsay, turns 18. She is now one of the more than 50,000 kids with autism who reach adulthood every year.Â And we’re asking for your help. 
See the latest report from Sen. Harkin’s HELP committee. We don’t agree with all of Harkin’s positions re: persons with disabilities, but the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Act to be introduced by Sen. Harkin could be very interesting. We’ve believed the US DOT’s Disabled Business Enterprise (DBE) designation should apply more broadly to include adults with autism and we look forward to reading the legislation to see if it accomplishes that. /bit.ly/19ipLfI
I originally posted this comment July 18, 2013 on a Disability Scoop article [here].Â TheÂ U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee report is linked within the article, or you can click here to access it.