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This highlights collaborative work between community leaders and business partners to distribute PPE to home and community based service (HCBS) providers and long term care nursing facilities.
Sunflower Health Plan is supplying over 400,000 masks to home and community based service (HCBS) providers and long term care nursing facilities across the State of Kansas. To help with distribution of PPE locally, Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) and Community Developmental Disability Organizations (CDDOs) welcomed the opportunity to partner.
Locally, Central Plains Area Agency on Aging (CPAAA) and Sedgwick County CDDO will provide a single point of access for providers. State Representative Brenda Landwehr was present at the PPE Distribution Hub meeting held on May 6th with representatives from Sunflower Health Plan, Annette Graham, CPAAA Executive Director and Dee Nighswonger, SCDDO Director. All members welcomed the opportunity to partner toward distribution of valuable PPE supplies for consumers and providers in the CPAAA and SCDDO service area.
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Eleven Area Agencies on Aging and the Aging and Disability Resource Centers in Kansas.
All Kansans have dignity, health, independence, and enduring self-sufficiency.
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We for older Kansans to remain active, independent, and free from abuse and neglect. The association is a strong voice for the creation of new and effective resources to meet the needs of older adults, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers. K4ad monitors legislation on the state and federal levels and provides testimony on board-approved priorities.
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