What We Learned at the 2019 HCBS Conference

As LTO Ventures’ policy wonk, and more importantly, as a passionate advocate for the human and civil rights of adults with IDD to live in the setting of their choosing, President & CEO Mark Olson spent four fun-filled days August 25-28, 2019 inside ballrooms at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront for this year’s Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Conference. This is the annual gathering of state and federal Medicaid agencies hosted by ADvancing States, the association representing state long-term services and supports agencies (formerly known as the National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities, or NASUAD). Click here to read his key takeaways from the conference.

About Mark L. Olson

Mark is father to a teenage daughter with autism. After a successful 25-year marketing and business development career in New York and Silicon Valley with F500 leaders and venture-funded startups, he founded LTO Ventures to serve adults with ASD. He chairs the Community Living Subcommittee for the Nevada Autism Commission, and is a graduate of the University of Kansas. For more information, visit: www.linkedin.com/in/marklolson.
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