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Monday, July 11
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Self- Advocates United as 1 invites individuals with disabilities and their families to join a town hall meeting with the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) representatives. Use this call as an opportunity to voice your questions and concerns. See the flyer for more information, including instructions on how to join the event.

The Department of Human Services recently issued an announcement regarding upcoming Sandata Alternate Electronic Visit Verification (Alt EVV) Town Hall meetings. The EVV Town Hall will include an overview of the integration process for both Home Health Care Services and Personal Care Services. DHS is requiring all previously certified Alt EVV vendors to recertify with newly updated Alt EVV technical specifications.

The Town Hall meetings are scheduled for:

  • April 11, 2022, from 1:00 pm–2:30 pm; OR
  • May 27, 2022, from 12:00 pm–1:30 pm.

The previously shared date for the Town Hall meeting (March 25, 2022) has been rescheduled to the April 11 date. The content for both meetings will be the same. Due to capacity limits, advanced registration is required.

Questions about EVV should be sent via email.

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Join RCPA on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, from 3:30 pm–5:00 pm for a Town Hall to review the preliminary rate impact findings by the Center for Disability Information (CDI), followed by a discussion on how this data will inform public comment.

This Town Hall is sponsored by RCPA, PAR, MAX, The Alliance of Community Service Providers, and The Arc of PA. This webinar is open to any member of a sponsoring organization.

Register for the Town Hall today.

As a reminder, please submit your Rate Impact Analysis Tool to the Center for Disability Information by COB on January 14. This tool was created to help inform providers of the impact of the revised rates on your organization and to help frame public comment on these rates. You can download the tool here.

Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvanians are encouraged to ask their job search and unemployment compensation (UC) questions during the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s (L&I) twenty-third virtual town hall, which will be held from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm today, Thursday, October 29.

How to Participate in the Town Hall

A livestream will be online at the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry website. Those without Internet access can listen by calling 833-380-0719; however, phone lines are limited, so we ask that they be reserved for individuals who need them.

Participants using the phone lines can ask questions directly of our UC expert. Individuals livestreaming the town hall can submit typed questions that will be read to the UC expert by a moderator. To protect participants’ personal confidential information, detailed answers about individual claim questions cannot be answered during the town hall.

Reminder to Guard Personal Information

L&I recently became aware of fraudsters who are posing as L&I employees during calls to Pennsylvanians. These fraudsters will ask for personal and confidential information such as usernames, passwords, and social security numbers, under the guise of helping with issues related to unemployment compensation. Pennsylvanians are reminded that L&I employees will never call and ask for your username, password, or full social security number.

Scammers have also been posing as L&I and US Department of Labor (DOL) officials in emails and social media messages in attempts to obtain individuals’ personal and confidential information. L&I does not offer assistance over social media due to the inability to guarantee confidentiality and security; as a result, any messages received from “L&I” over social media are likely fraudulent and should be ignored.

Emails appearing to come from L&I or the US DOL may be spoofed by fraudsters. Individuals should never click a link in an email and provide their username and password. The safest way to log into an account is to type the URL of the website into the browser window.

For more information on identifying fraud, what to do if you believe you have been a victim of fraud, or how to report fraud, visit L&I’s website.