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A series of issue briefs and case studies from the Technical Assistance Exchange to assist states in understanding key issues with program planning and implementation. They can be downloaded for free from their website.

The Technical Assistance Exchange is sponsored by the U.S. Administration on Aging to make information and resources available to states and community organizations that are designing, implementing or expanding Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) and other types of single entry point systems, to assist recipients of the Community Living Program (CLP) grants, Alzheimer's Disease Supportive Services (ADSSP) grants, and Veteran-Directed Home and Community Based Services Programs (VD-HCBS).

Some topics of the Issue Briefs include:
*Online Medicaid Applications
*Health Literacy
*ADRC Business Plan Template
*Excellent Customer Service in an ADRC
*Portable Technology
*Developing Accessible Websites
*Emergency Preparedness
*ADRCs and Transportation

-Information taken from the Technical Assistance Exchange website viewed on 4/21/12 (www.adrc-tae.org/tiki-index.php?page=AboutTAE)
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