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IPMG Changes effective Monday, March 7th

Families whose loved ones have a DD, SS or Autism waiver have Case Management services from IMPG. In an effort to connect families to relevant information FV Indiana shares the following update from IPMG:
Dear Colleague, Advocates, and Associates,

It is with sadness that we announce the departure of Holly Fuller, who has decided to resign from her role as Director of the North Central District effective March 11, 2011. Holly has played a major role in the formation and management of IPMG since its inception. We truly appreciate her contribution and wish her the very best as she pursues other options.

With Holly's departure some organizational changes will take effect on March 7, 2011We are confident these modifications will better position us to serve Consumers across the state. These changes do not affect the Case Manager and Consumer relationship, only the supervision of those Case Managers are affected.
The following is a brief summary of those modifications:

Northwest District und…

Provider Agencies Launch Grassroots Campaign

Family Voices wants to share information about a current effort to educate the public about the impact of disability services. The Indiana Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, INARF, has started a website, www.INquietCrisis.org, to help educate the public about the issues faced by people with disabilities.

As stated by their President/CEO, Jim Hammond, “Disability services are often unknown to people outside the service delivery system. For many Hoosiers, there is a lack of awareness about the services that help people with disabilities live productive and independent lives - and the organizations that support them. Today, more than ever, it is critical that we change this reality. In the face of limited public resources, it is our responsibility to tell the story of the awesome impact that an investment in disability services can have for individuals and their communities.”

To learn more about this effort, visit www.INquietCrisis.org

Transition Guide

This 50 page guide is aimed at providing families with the information they need to effectively prepare for and participate in periods of transition in their children's lives.

Individuals may order one free copy of the guide. Additional print copies are available for $10. A discount is available for bulk orders. To request print copies, visit http://www.fctd.info/show/order_guides