Here, you can find all of the advocacy materials collaboratively created by members of the CCC. Feel free to read over the documents and distribute the PDFs with friends and bring them to conferences. Thank you for your advocacy to increase options and decrease barriers to housing and employment choices for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities.
- 1 CCC Principles
- 2 *NEW* HCBS Final Rule and State Transition Plan Mini-toolkit
- 3 CCC Policy Brief: New HCBS Regulations
- 4 Frequently Asked Questions About the New HCBS Regulations
- 5 Person-Centered Planning
- 6 CCC Guidance to State Leaders for Implementing Their State Transition Plan
- 7 “What Intentional Communities Are and Are Not”
This handout provides list the CCC Principles and can be shared with individual advocates and organizations who may want to join the CCC. It also contains CCC contact information.
This 2-page guide covers the release of the Final Rule regarding HCBS waivers, the development and implementation of State Transition Plans, and opportunities for further advocacy.
In January 2014, new regulations were released that influence waiver funding, generally called Home and Community Based Service (HCBS) waivers. These waivers are different in every state, but are the main source of funding for long term support services for individuals with disabilities. This two-page CCC Policy Brief explains the implications these new regulations may have on housing and employment choices.
This is a compilation of FAQs about the new HCBS regulations. It builds upon the CCC Policy Brief.
This document explains Person-Centered Planning and federal regulations to access publicly-funded waiver supports.
This handout offers legislators, other state leaders, and advocates important guidance as state policy is addressed to meet the federal CMS Final Rule requirements.
This 2-page document helps explain neurodiverse intentional communities and how they are emerging within the evolution of supports for those with disabilities.