2021 PAR Solutions Conference
PAR Solutions Conference Sponsorships offer the opportunity for your organization to be highlighted as a key supporter of PAR. It also provides many opportunities for sponsors to meet decision makers and stakeholders from across Pennsylvania's disability industry, as well as national presenters! Sponsorships are available to PAR Members on a first-come, first-served basis.
Email email@example.com if you are interested in sponsoring!
Tuesday Keynote Speaker, ODP Deputy Secretary, Kristin Ahrens
Lakeshore Community Services, Inc.
Table of contents
Direct Support Professional
of the Year Award Winners
PG3 Thank You Sponsors
PG4 Schedule at-a-glance
PG6 Tuesday Keynotes
PG8 Tuesday Sessions
PG12 Wednesday Keynote
PG13 Wednesday Sessions
PG15 Social Media
PG17 Last Year's WAWI Award Winners
PG18 Registration Pricing
PG19 Exhibit Hall
PAR Solutions Conference sponsors
Wednesday Keynote Speaker, Rahaf Harfoush
enkompas Technology Solutions
Mobile Conference App, Guidebook
Fayette Resources, Inc.
Self Advocate Employee
of the Year Award Winners
InVision Human Services
Tuesday, October 19th
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Keynote - Kristin Ahrens
> Sponsored by: Lakeshore Community Services, Inc.
Break until 10:15 AM
10:15 AM – 11:00 AM PAR Annual Report
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Keynote - Kerry Benninghoff
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Concurrent Sessions - A
Break until 2:15 PM
2:15 PM – 3:15 PM Concurrent Sessions - B
Break until 3:30 PM
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Concurrent Sessions - C
Wednesday, October 20th
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM Welcome & PAR Updates
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM Keynote - Rahaf Harfoush
Break until 10:45 AM
10:45 AM – 11:45 AM Concurrent Sessions - D
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM Lunch
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM Concurrent Sessions - E
Break until 1:45 PM
1:45 PM – 2:45 PM Concurrent Session - F
Break until 3:00 PM
3:00 PM – 4:15 PM “We Are Worth It.” Awards Ceremony
PAR has submitted the 2021 PAR Solutions Conference to the following accreditation agencies for approval:
> State Board of Accountancy
> Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI)
> National Association of Social Workers (NASW), PA Chapter
> Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
> State Board of Nursing
Continuing Education Credits Available!
PAR is offering the following Continuing Education (CE) credits free of charge to conference attendees* (pending agency approval). Please indicate which CEs you'd like on your registration form. Packets will be emailed to registrants. Certificates of Participation, which can fulfill agency and regulatory requirements, will also be available to registrants. *Some CEs may include a fee to be paid directly to the accreditation agency. PAR does not charge any additional fees.
Tuesday attendees, lets get started. First, Kristin Ahrens.
Quick break and then onto PAR's 2021 Annual Report.
> Terrence McNelis, Chair, PAR Board of Directors
> Mark Davis, President & CEO, PAR
Up next, Kerry Benninghoff.
Previous to serving as the Deputy Secretary for ODP, Kristin served as the Director of the Bureau of Policy and Quality Management in Pennsylvania's Office of Developmental Programs. Before joining the Office of Developmental Programs, she served as the Policy Director for the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. Deputy Secretary Ahrens' 25 years of experience working with people with disabilities spans from advocacy and community education to providing supported living, family support and self-directed services and includes development and management of several self-directed models.
Prior to moving to Pennsylvania, Ms. Ahrens was the Director of Self-Determination Resources, Inc. (SDRI), a regional brokerage serving adults with I/DD, in Oregon. Deputy Secretary Ahrens has a Masters in Education and Disability Studies Certificate from Temple University.
keynote: ODP Updates
Kristin Ahrens, Deputy Secretary,
Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs, Department of Human Services
Tuesday @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Sponsored by: Lakeshore Community Services, Inc.
Kerry A. Benninghoff believes government should improve the lives of those it serves, recognizing that every dollar government spends was taken from someone who worked hard to earn it.
Representing the 171st legislative district, Kerry is passionate about cancer research and other healthcare initiatives, ensuring an educational system that gives our children a clear path to good-paying careers, being a voice for victims of crime, as well as standing up for seniors while building a better future for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Kerry believes taxes should be low and works hard to ensure your dollars are spent wisely. He is a watchdog for government waste, a longtime advocate for greater transparency and supporter of government reform.
Kerry was elected by his colleagues in June 2020 to serve as Majority Leader.
Prior to serving as Majority Leader, Kerry served on the Leadership team as Majority Whip and for two terms as the House Majority Policy Committee chairman. Kerry also previously served as chairman of the House Majority Finance and State Government committees. He is the founder and former chairman of the bipartisan Cancer Caucus.
keynote: Updates from the house leader
Kerry Benninghoff, PA House Majority Leader
Tuesday @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Tuesday Sessions - B
B-1 Creating a Data Excellence Framework: Leveraging the Power of Data Warehousing and
Business Intelligence to Drive Organizational Improvement.
> Scott Bachik, Chief Executive Officer, Enkompas BI
> Steve Mello, Director of Information Technology, SPIN, Inc.
The presentation will highlight multiple case studies of how SPIN leveraged the power of data warehousing and Business Intelligence (BI) to organize cross-functional data, visualize and create access to that data, and create insight and knowledge to move their organization forward. The presentation will outline their journey from their organization’s initial state through the transformation to having a functional decision support system with real time information. We will review what worked, what did not work, and outline the keys to success. The presentation will also review the methods and techniques used to automate data maintenance, drive integration across the full enterprise, and define implementation techniques to optimize the adoption and ROI of the technology.
B-2 HCBS Rates
> Mark Davis, President & CEO, PAR
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services/Office of Developmental Programs are planning to implement revised provider rates for ODP-administered HCBS waivers. Participants will hear the latest on HCBS provider rates.
B-3 Strategic Planning Post-COVID
> Ivy Buchan, Ph.D., President, Helix Strategies
Diving into a strategic planning process can be daunting even on a good day. It can be downright overwhelming to do it in this post-COVID world. Attendees will learn options for developing a plan after such challenging times, how to keep it realistic based on your current resources, and how to engage others in the implementation process.
B-4 Privacy, Protection, Security, and Independence: Using Technology in Residential Settings
> Ronald Melusky, Director, ODP Division of Program Operations
> Julie Mochon, Director, ODP Division of Policy
ODP fully supports the use of technology to maximize individuals’ independence and to improve health and safety protections. At the same time, we must ensure that individuals’ right to privacy is protected when technology is used. This session will explore how technology should be used to support individuals’ right to everyday lives.
A-1 COVID Updates from a Program Perspective and Q&A
> Jeremy Yale, Director of the Bureau of Policy and Quality, Office of Developmental Programs
Attendees will discuss important updates related to Community Participation Support (CPS), including the ongoing impact and innovation around CPS due to COVID-19. Explore how CPS providers are developing new approaches to address the needs of individuals and families throughout the remainder of the pandemic while incorporating strategies to support wellness, develop and maintain skills, and combat isolation.
A-2 What Comes First in 'Technology First'?
> Cameron Kempson, M.Ed., Director, Shift, LLC
> Julie Daly, Director of Enabling Technology, KenCrest Services
> Aaron Lucas, Administrative Director, Mainstay Life Services
Surprise! It's not necessarily technology. As state and organization support models evolve to include a Technology First approach, it is critical that staff are educated, not only in the application of enabling technology but also in newly emerging job roles and responsibilities. Organizations must be committed to leveraging professional development if they want to prepare for technological innovation while sustaining an already limited qualified workforce. The impact of such an investment extends beyond successful technology implementation; it transforms organizations programmatically and culturally to adopt a true “Technology First” approach. Discussion topics will include:
Utilizing online learning communities as affordable and accessible training opportunities
Standardizing fundamental content while providing relevant information in an evolving industry
Establishing best practices for Technology First programming
A-3 Are you Audit Ready?
> Jennifer Kennedy, M.J., VP of Governance, Risk Management, & Compliance, Barber National Institute
> Katherine Rusk, M.S., Manager of Corporate Compliance, Barber National Institute
Are you ready for an external audit? Do you have a plan in place if the Auditor General, Attorney General, Office of Inspector General or other government agency opens an audit of your business? Human services agencies are not immune to government review, and agencies need to be prepared to support their services and billing through documentation. Knowing what will be requested can prepare an agency and ensure that they are “audit ready.” The presenters will share their expertise and recommendations for ensuring that your organization is audit ready at all times. This presentation will educate attendees on the documentation that external auditors look for, how that documentation should be maintained, and how external auditors review an agency’s documentation to validate services and billing. This presentation will provide attendees with real world experience and advice on how to navigate an external government audit. Participants will learn why different sets of documentation are important, which departments are most important during an external audit, and which staff have ongoing responsibilities to maintain organizational compliance in order for an agency to successfully navigate a government audit.
Tuesday Sessions - A
Tuesday Sessions - C
C-1 Partnering for Integrated Care: Coming Together to Support Life-long Needs
> Tine Hansen-Turton, President and CEO, Woods Services, Inc.
> Kristen Farry, Vice President of Policy and Government Relations, Woods Services, Inc.
Woods Services is a Life Cycle Care Management organization with 6,000 employees serving 22,000 people through its network of care across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Woods provides services to people of all ages with brain injury, intellectual disability, autism, and mental and behavioral health diagnoses. Woods is building integrated care services to meet the demand for services and to sustain the IDD sector. Participants will learn about Woods’ replicable integrated care model launched at its headquarters in Langhorne, now being expanded to other locations. Woods will present business models which illustrate partnerships with health care and other institutions and agencies, through joint ventures, clinically integrated networks, and co-located services. Integrated services form a continuum of care with positive outcomes for people with IDD and mental health challenges who cycle through ER visits, long psychiatric inpatient stays, and experience untreated or poorly managed chronic conditions.
C-2 Resolving The Consumer Funds Challenge Once & For All
> Thomas Tirney, CFA, CMT, ChSNC, President, Arlington Heritage Group
> Rob Reid, President, Access Services
> Brian Dion, Chief Development Officer, Community Options, Inc.
> Jodie Esper, Chief Financial Officer, Mainstay Life Services
The panel will discuss how each provider has turned the management of consumer funds into a core competency. By adapting certain management techniques and educating staff regarding exempt resources, these providers have enhanced quality of life and generated additional resources for individuals in their care. The panelists will discuss the merits of trusts, ABLE accounts, and all other useful exempt resources as delineated by the Social Security Administration. The providers have eliminated the need for third-party rep-payees as well as resolved the following challenges:
ensuring eligibility visa vie resources
integrating long-range spending goals into a person’s individual supports plan
creating opportunities for improved outcomes
building resources for all individuals throughout a provider’s program
C-3 The Importance of Culture in Organizational Change
> Margaret Rothenberger, President/CEO, Partners For Quality
> Anthony Drane, MSW, Chief Program Officer, Partners For Quality
"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." - Peter Drucker. This session will examine how to delve into the culture of your agency by examining shared values, attitudes, and behaviors. It will also examine how these vital components set the stage of your agency's culture and how to go about recognizing and changing these behaviors while preserving the integrity and stability of your organization. The pandemic has changed everything around us and your agency's culture as well. Take time to examine what your organization will need to move forward post pandemic. As a leader, you will need to examine what tools are needed to help facilitate a new and innovative culture moving forward.
Sponsored by: Fayette Resources, Inc.
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2021 PAR Solutions Conference
Rahaf Harfoush is a Strategist, Digital Anthropologist, and New York Times Best-Selling Author who focuses on the intersections between emerging technology, innovation, and digital culture.
She is the Executive Director of the Red Thread Institute of Digital Culture and teaches “Innovation & Emerging Business Models” at Sciences Politique’s school of Management and Innovation in Paris. She is currently working on her fourth book.
Rahaf is a member of France’s National Digital Council. In 2021 she joined The Oxford Internet Institute as a Visiting Policy Fellow.
Her third book, entitled “Hustle & Float: Reclaim Your Creativity and Thrive in a World Obsessed with Work", was released in 2019. She has been featured by Bloomberg, The CBC, CTV, and Forbes for her work on workplace culture. It has been translated into Chinese and French.
Formerly, Rahaf was the Associate Director of the Technology Pioneer Program at the World Economic Forum in Geneva where she helped identify disruptive-startups that were improving the state of the world.
In her spare time, Rahaf enjoys instagramming too many pictures of her dog Pixel, learning how to play the ukulele and working on her first novel.
Keynote: How Burnout Makes Us Less Productive
Rahaf Harfoush, Strategist, Digital Anthropologist, New York Times Best-Selling Author
Wednesday @ 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Sponsored by: enkompas Technology Solutions
Wednesday Sessions - D
D-1 Pathway of Possibilities: Leadership Development at all Levels
> Chelsea Lutts, Division Director of Workforce Development, SPIN, Inc.
> Lucy Corker, Director of Professional Development, SPIN, Inc.
> Regla Baez, Director of Human Resources, SPIN, Inc.
As our community begins to rebuild and recover from COVID-19, many are evaluating their careers and determining what’s next. Now more than ever, it is essential to focus on recruitment and retention efforts of our organizations and lean into leadership development at all levels. SPIN has developed a Leadership Pathway program that supports employees to hone their leadership skills and explore their career paths in a hand-on, person-centered manner. In addition to the formal Leadership Pathway opportunities, SPIN has established a culture of continued leadership development focusing on training, mentorship, and career pathing. This on-going commitment has supported succession planning and elevated the performance of all employment from on-boarding to retirement. In this session, attendees will learn about the Leadership Pathway program at SPIN and brainstorm together how to implement similar programs in their organizations. Presenters will give insight into how to promote leadership opportunities, gain organizational buy-in, and how to address barriers. Join us to learn how you can support, encourage, and grow leaders at all levels!
D-2 Hey, I Want to Interview and Train DSPs too!
> Alexandra Calabrese, Chief Human Resources Officer, Mainstay Life Services
> Self Advocate
> Frontline Supervisor
In 2020, Mainstay Life Services piloted a program that integrated persons supported into the DSP interviewing process. With the overwhelming success, the program was further expanded to incorporate self advocate-led trainings. Alex Calabrese, Chief Human Resources Officer, along with a frontline supervisor, will share the successes and obstacles along the way. A self-advocate will present their experiences and how their involvement positively impacted retention.
D-3 Therapeutic Role Playing Game Groups - Prospects of Change through Narrative Play
> Jack Berkenstock Jr. MHS, Executive Director, The Bodhana Group
> Sandy Kirchner, Ph.D., BC-BA, Behavioral Consultant - ABA, Children's Service Center
> Emily Camerer, Director of Community Outreach and Administrative Services, Hope Enterprises
> Ann Gillerlane, MS, Director of Program Development, Goodwill Industries of NEPA
The use of tabletop role playing games is an emerging form of adjunct treatment addressing anything from ASD challenges to anxiety and trauma. This presentation introduces not only the foundational elements of this mode but also discusses the creation and implementation of such a group, its challenges and successes.
D-4 COVID Updates from Nursing/Health Services Perspective and Q&A
> Gregory Cherpes, Medical Director, Office of Developmental Programs, Dept. of Human Services
> Rhonda Gengler, Chief Nursing Officer, Office of Developmental Programs, Department of Human Services
During this session, the Medical Director of the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) will review current and planned clinical initiatives including policy changes due to COVID-19. Topics pertaining to health and wellness from both physical and behavioral health perspectives will be discussed. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared with their questions for ODP!
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E-4 Partnership to Promote Aging in Place
> Colleen Horcher, Director of Health Services, SPIN, Inc.
> Nicole Burns, LPN, SPIN, Inc.
> Lois Nevrincean, RN, Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia
Compassion, dignity, physical and emotional care is what we strive to provide those we support every day of their life, especially at a time of chronic illness or at end stage of life. Our goal is to have those we support age in place and have a full quality of life and thanks to our amazing partnership with the VNA we are able to continue to provide a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life as well as their staff and families so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible. Together we collaborate with all members of both teams including but not limited to nurses, social workers, nurse practitioners and medical directors to provide holistic care.
Wednesday Sessions - E
E-1 Improving Lives and Ensuring Sustainability through Alternative Payment Models
> Mark Davis, President & CEO, PAR
The PAR APM Taskforce continues its work on values-based system designs and alternative payment models. The goal is a system that shifts the ID/A system’s focus from inputs to outcomes, makes better use of our limited resources to improve the lives of people with ID/A, truly simplifies the ID/A system for people with ID/A, families and providers, and is inclusive, flexible, resilient and promotes informed choice and self-determined outcomes. Participants will learn of the basis for this work and the status of the taskforce’s efforts.
E-2 Employment Coalitions 2.0 - Bridging the Gap and Paving the Way
> Mike Barnhart, Employment Coordinator, QUEST, Inc.
> Kelly Arnold, Human Services Program Representative, Office of Developmental Programs
> Dan Sausman, Developmental Services Director, Case Management Unit
> Mark Evans, SCO Director, County of Cumberland, Pennsylvania
In 2018 the Capital Area Employment First Coalition and the Work With Us Employment Coalition of Lebanon County made a presentation at the PAR conference which promoted the benefits of active employment coalitions for service providers and clients alike. In this follow up session we will update the progress, growth and developments of the employment coalitions along with the expansion of collaborative efforts, utilization of resources and the further development of reciprocal relationships in the business community that have opened the doors for employment for a great number of job seekers with disabilities. Perspectives and success stories will be shared not only by service providers but by businesses that have benefited from employment coalition initiatives, local leaders and dignitaries, recipients of services and their family and natural support people. Stakeholders will give insights on how the coalitions contributed to job development amidst the pandemic and strategies and objectives moving forward.
E-3 Increasing Access to Physical Activity for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism
> Jacob Corey, SPT, Co-Founder, Happy Valley FitLink
> Jonna Belanger, PhD, Co-Founder, Happy Valley FitLink
> Zachary Corey, Volunteer, Happy Valley FitLink
The benefits of physical activity for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ID) and Autism are well known. Yet, there are limited opportunities available for individuals with an ID and Autism to engage in physical activity within the community. Happy Valley FitLink is increasing access to physical activity by creating an inclusive wellness community for individuals with ID and Autism to express themselves through physical activity. We provide weekly inclusive fitness classes that are adapted to the needs of the individuals and correspondingly work with individuals to create personalized exercise programs for each participant to complete outside of class. Along with exercise classes, we serve as an educational resource for them and their families/caregivers through different wellness seminars that are organized with a focus on whole body wellness. These services are free to all individuals and are offered in a hybrid model, in person in State College, PA and virtually over Zoom.
PAR Solutions Conference 2020 award winners
Wednesday Sessions - F
F-1 Roundtable Discussion with ODP on Employment First Policy
> Laura Cipriani, Policy Supervisor, Bureau of Policy and Quality Management, Office of
> Gary Smith, Statewide Employment Lead, Office of Developmental Programs
Come participate in this roundtable think tank on Employment First Policy with Office of Development Programs (ODP) leadership! This session will be moderated by Judy Dotzman and Maggie Dimitriadis, co-chairs of the PAR Employment First Committee. Bring your solutions and strategies to make systems more effective and efficient! This is your opportunity to be a change agent and provide valuable solutions to make our system simpler, more user friendly, increase access to employment services, and ultimately achieve increased employment outcomes for all. We have the opportunity to work with ODP to innovate and advance Employment First for all Pennsylvanians! Areas of discussion will include: Workforce Development, Funding & System Structure, and Advanced Supported Employment.
F-2 Using the Social Determinants of Health Within ID and Autism Services
> Nicholas DeMarco, Psy.D., Director of ID & MH Supports, Philadelphia Coordinated Health Care
This session will discuss the use of social determinants of health related to variables such as clinical and non-clinical needs, use of data analytics to identify patient risk, identifying community-based resources, tracking of health outcomes, and making care intervention a collaborative process. This presentation will address how to implement each of these variables and give real life examples of how this can be done effectively.
F-3 Implementation of the International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) Framework: Its Importance and How to Plan for Training
> Jennifer Ruane, Director of Professional Development and Clinical Training, Melmark
> Heather Hirst, DPT, Senior Director of Rehab Services, Melmark
> Lindsay Bly, Speech Language Pathologist, Melmark
All around the world there are individuals who are diagnosed with feeding and/or swallowing disorders. In the IDD population, there are four major health complications associated with preventative death – also known as the Fatal Four. These include dehydration, constipation, aspiration, and seizures. Aspiration is defined as the inhalation of food and/or drinks into the lungs historically caused from feeding/swallowing disorders. Treatment for these disorders often include modifying food and drink textures; however, labeling of these textures is not universal. The labels vary not only country-to-country but, provider-to-provider. The variation puts those with swallowing disorders at risk for incidents like choking and/or aspiration. The International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) developed a framework for standardizing these food and drink labels, allowing for consistent implementation across the world. However, adoption of this framework requires an interdisciplinary approach, time and a training plan that is performance based. First, the presentation will provide an overview of the IDDSI framework, including research supporting the initiative and some important factors organizations should consider prior to implementation (e.g., need for dual labeling). Second, the presentation will outline an example training plan that incorporates the use of the trainer the trainer method and several performance-based competencies to ensure skill mastery.
F-4 ODP Fiscal Policies and Updates
> Rick Smith, Director of the Bureau of Financial Management, Office of Developmental Programs
Join Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) Director of the Bureau of Financial Management Rick Smith for updates on ODP’s budget performance, year to date expenditures versus budget, trends by service category, year over year changes, changes due to COVID-19, and more.
''we are worth it.''
Day Two - Wednesday, October 20
11:45 am-12:30 pm
Tuesday, October 19th
Wednesday, October 20th
Family Member and/or Self Advocate
The Exhibit Hall is open to members and non-members. Click here to view what's included!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in exhibiting!
Day One - Tuesday, October 19
12:00 pm-1:00 pm
4:30 pm-5:00 pm
Thank You conference committee
Virtual Exhibit Hall office hours
Since this year's PAR Solutions Conference is now 100% virtual, and we want our Exhibitors to have the best virtual experience while exhibiting, PAR is trying something new...again! Third time's the charm, right?
PAR's virtual Exhibit Hall will offer "open office hours" that conference attendees may join during three (3) allotted times. Times are as follows:
Attendees can access the virtual Exhibit Hall using a dedicated Zoom link listed in Guidebook, and also on this page at the start of the conference at 9:00 AM Tuesday, October 19th. Once in the Zoom room, each Exhibitor will be listed by company name as it's own breakout room.
Click here to view the Exhibitor Brochure. And THANK YOU to the Exhibitors that are participating in this year's Solutions Conference virtual Exhibit Hall Office Hours!
> sherri Colton Director of Advancement, Friendship Community
> Melissa DiSipio, MSA, FAAIDD, Director, Philadelphia Coordinated Health Care (PCHC)
> Judy Dotzman Executive Director, SPIN, Inc.
> Kelly Knarr Director of Program Development, Fayette Resources
> carrie Kontis VP for Intellectual Disabilities, The Barber National Institute
> Rachel Murphy Director of Executive Administration, InVision Human Services
> Gwen Schuit Chief Executive Officer, Friendship Community
Exhibit Hall Office Hours
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