Friday, September 21, 2012
7:00 A.M. - 8:00 A.M.
Fall Business Meeting Minutes
1. Call to order - Dianne Jacobsen. Thirty-three (33) professionals in attendance.
2. Welcome/Introduction of new members of the network
3. Approval of/additions to agenda: Cathy B. moved Joe F. seconded to approve.
4. Approval of minutes from ADPAW Annual meeting of May 1, 2012 Barb B moved, Cathy B. seconded to approve.
5. Treasurer's report:Noreen Holmes. Report was distributed. $7859.44 balance including the $2000 GWAAR Conference Sponsorship.
6. Human Services Redesign discussion
a. http://wchsa.org/ for info on progress and a set of presentation slides to help understand what is being considered.
b. Be sure that ADPAW members are at the local and state tables for the discussions and speaking on behalf of the customers.
c. Considering bringing child support services under the auspices of HS/SS agencies for a one-shop stop for children's services, public health, etc.
7. Congressional Sequestration and Implications for the Aging Network
a. http://www.cbo.gov/publication/41587 for info
b. A 7.8% cut in all discretionary funding.
c. Fairly high likelihood that this may go into effect because the legislation is already in place and unless the legislature does something it will automatically go into effect. Since after the election, the Congress will be lame duck and they would have to act by January 2, 2013
d. Any OAA funding that was increased will be lost and additional losses will be applied.
e. It is not clear when these cuts will become effective and no one is discussing this locally or at the State.
f. All the funding being used in our Plans is subject to change due to Act 10's status and this Sequestration "cliff".
g. WAN is sending a letter to all aging agencies to provide information on the impact on local programs and services.
8. Member input on issues/projects for ADPAW to undertake
a. 85.21and the Mobility Management proposals: Suggested that Carrie Porter be invited to the ADPAW Board meeting and provide a presentation on this topic. A report should then be placed on the ADPAW website for the membership's information.
b. Assignment of projects to Committees
1. Personally contact those members of the network who are not current members.
1. A quarterly newsletter/update is in the works to keep members informed.
2. Informing new additions to the network about the Assoc.
3. Keeping the website relevant for members
iii. Training: future ideas
1. Update on HS/SS Redesign
2. Dealing with funding cuts if necessary
c. Call for Committee Members: list of committees and members attached. All members should consider choosing a Committee's work in which to participate to make ADPAW the strongest organization possible.
9. Joe F. moved, Jennifer C. seconded to adjourn at 8:00 a.m.
ANNUAL MEETING & TRAINING
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Breakfast & Welcome
9:00 - 10:00 a.m. ADPAW Business meeting
10:10 - 11:30 a.m. Long Term Care Sustainability
This topic has been discussed at March and April ADRC Director meetings. The BADR staff is seeking one more review from an the Aging perspective. State staff will be leading round table discussions including topics from the Living Well at Home and In the Community Sustainability Paper. Four topics will be covered Alzheimers Disease/Caregiver Services, Care Transitions, Preventive Health Services - Chronic Disease Self-Management and Fall Prevention and Identifying Resources and Making Informed Decisions. For background information see http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/ltcreform/
11:30 - 11:45 a.m
11:45 - 12:15 p.m
Aging Leadership Institute Class of 2012
12:15 - 1:00 p.m
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Catch the Latest and the Greatest
BADR - Donna McDowell & Gail Schwersenska
ORCD - Janice Smith
WAND - Gayle Mason
BOALTC - Kim Marheine
WCA -Sarah Diedrick-Kasdorf
GWAAR/WAN - Robert Kellerman
AARP - Helen Marks-Dicks