PCPID Quarterly Meeting: June 16–17, 2011
President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities
June 16, 2011
- The President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities (PCPID)
- Announcements, Meeting Announcements, Publication (Documents and Resources), Meeting Minutes
- Meeting Minutes, Meeting Announcement
- Share the informal notes taken during the meeting with the Committee members.
- Convert the meeting transcript into minutes.
- Schedule two meeting, via conference call, for July 19, 2011 and August 16, 2011.
- Schedule a face-to-face meeting for September 23–24, 2011 or September 26–27, 2011.
- Share with the Committee members contact information of the ACF officials responsible for Ethics, Financial Reports and Member Certification, and Travel.
- Receive the electronic Copy of the report by AAIDD, Keeping the Promise, from Dr. Dawn Carlson, DoED, and forward that to the Committee members.
- Create a template for similar themes/trends/topics discussed during the meeting and receive feedback from the members prior to the next meeting.
- Compile all the recommendations included in the Reports to the President (1967–2009) in one single document.
- Submit their travel invoices and receipts to the PCPID Budget Officer within five business days after the meeting.
- Receive, from PCPID staff, and read the Report by AAIDD: Keeping the Promise.
Co-Chairs and the Volunteer Workgroup:
Develop a feedback template to solicit Committee members’ preferred themes, trends, and topics by Friday, June 24, 2011.
Themes/Trends/Topics of the 2011 PCPID Report to the President by PCPID Members:
- Full community participation of people with intellectual disabilities
- State of self-advocacy
- Needs of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages
- Reaching for public support to realize what people with intellectual disabilities need
- Issues of family support
- Public awareness and the role of the public in supporting employment of people with intellectual disabilities
- Residential support
- Independent living
- Individuals who are not receiving residential supports through Medicaid
- Number of individuals living in residential settings six and under, nationally
- The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and long term care
- Data Collection on the status of people “Outside the System”
- Challenges related to limited State resources
- Money following persons with intellectual disabilities
- Post-Secondary Education (PSE)
- Pell grants and work-study programs
- Educational challenges and quality standards
- Transition (as a broad topic) support for people post age-21
- Targeted recommendations to curriculum developers
- Technology/Assistive Technology
- Communication/applicability for people who do not communicate in traditional style
- Direct support professionals
- Skills and attitudes of direct support professionals
- Managed-care for individuals with intellectual disabilities
- Road blocks that supporters may create in the way of individuals with intellectual disabilities
- The impact of loneliness