Extractions: Missouri's Autism Program The Sara Jian Lopez Medicaid Waiver allows access to funding for appropriate care and support for children with developmental disabilities so they may continue living at home with their families. Medicaid guidelines require parental income and resources be considered for children who live at home, but allow such income and resources to be disregarded for children who live out of the home, in an institution, a group home, or in other residential settings. The family of Sara Jian Lopez, who was born with developmental disabilities, lobbied the Missouri General Assembly to change some of the requirements in the Medicaid program. The waiver, which went into effect in 1996, is named after Sara, who died at the age of five. The waiver allows parental income and resources to be disregarded for permanently and totally disabled children living at home who otherwise would require services at an institution.
Extractions: August,1996 This resource list contains money management resources (curricula and materials) designed to reach low-income audiences. All resources on this list are availaible from the Cooperative Extension System of the United States Department of Agriculture. Place orders with the listed contact persons. Each resource description identifies target audiences, numbered as follows: public assistance recipients,generally unemployed working poor at or below poverty level working poor above poverty level newly poor due to unexpected financial hardship such as job loss, medical emergency or divorce.
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Extractions: WANT TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL? SOCAP International has compiled a list of colleges and universities that offer programs that prepare students for careers in contact centers. Whether you are looking for students to employ or thinking of going back to school yourself, this list will be an invaluable resource and will make your search effortless. Here, we have gathered all the information in one place for easy access. This resource identifies both undergraduate and graduate programs that may be of interest for career enhancement or for getting the right level of education for the position. Customer Contact Centers are an area of increasing importance in business. The primary responsibility of contact center professionals is to champion the consumer's viewpoint to their employing organization and to convey information about the organization's products and services to the consumer. Students in these programs develop the ability to analyze issues from the perspectives of consumers, business and government and learn how to communicate these issues to management. This information can be used to learn about programs in higher education in order to hire new staff, and to send staff for further training. It is hoped that the report will assist in identification of programs in your vicinity, so you can consider development of a mentoring or consulting relationship. If there are other programs or institutions that are not included in the list, please contact SOCAP International so that they can be added.
Extractions: Reading Room Reports Office of Audit Services Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Previous Year's reports Current Year's reports Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) FY 2002 May 31, 2002 Audit of Title II Funding Under The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act in Indiana - Indiana State Department of Health, Indianapolis, Indiana (A-05-01-00073) February 20, 2002 Audit of the Health Resources and Services Administration's Controls Over Outside Activities, Financial Disclosure, Appointment of Staff Fellows and Expert Consultants, and Travel, A-03-01-00351 FY 2000 August 17, 2000 Audit of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation's Use of Federal Discount Drug Programs (A-01-99-01502) May 2, 2000
Columbia College Financial Assistance government analyzes student and family income, family size and and state aid is basedon financial need aid from most federal and state programs, students must http://www.ccis.edu/departments/FinancialAid/
Extractions: Applying for Financial Aid Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Admissions Application Free Application for Federal Student Aid (Fafsa) Verification Worksheets Applying for Student Loans On-Line Applications for financial aid are accepted after January 1 of the year students plan to attend college. To apply: . Complete an application for admission and submit it with the one-time $25 application fee to the Admissions Office. (Applies to first-time students only.) Please check with your site campus for their fee charge. It may differ from the home campus fee. . Day program students need to send a resume of activities to be considered for institutional aid while returning day and evening students need to complete the Application for Institutional Aid . For more information on both institutional and national scholarships, click here.
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Extractions: Campus Directory Site Search Wednesday, April 09, 2003 Home The University for Working Adults Alumni High School Students ... Locations Student Pledge Admissions Home Undergraduate Admissions MBA/MSM Admissions Transfer Credit Admissions Staff Academics Home Undergraduate Programs MBA/MSM Programs Independent Study Programs Graduation Requirements Academic Advising Credit For Learning Accreditation Academic Honors List Financial Aid Home How to Apply for F.A. Tuition Deferment Tuition and Fees Student Services Home Student Information Center Career Services Academic Resources Tutoring Schedules Registration Forms Student Handbook Fort Wayne Area South Bend Area Indianapolis Area You appear to be using Unknown (v0.0) or compatible. Please note that our website looks best when using the latest version of MS Internet Explorer Academic Advising At Indiana Tech we strive to guide you in your academic pursuits and ultimately help you achieve your career goals.
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Extractions: COLUMBIA - Students who complete degrees or remain continuously enrolled in college are less likely to default on their student loans, according to Missouri Department of Higher Education research that was presented at MOSTARS' third annual Default Prevention and Debt Management Conference held April 26-27. The ongoing research, which is the first of its kind in Missouri, will be used to create a profile of the typical defaulted borrower, including characteristics such as the type of school the student attends and the student's program of study. The study examined all 202,140 students who were enrolled in Missouri public two-year and four-year colleges and universities in the fall of 1992. Of this total, 64,431 students borrowed a total of 231,287 student loans. Of those student loan borrowers who completed degrees or remained continuously enrolled for eight semesters, 4.24 percent defaulted. However, of those borrowers who dropped out, did not complete degrees or did not remain continuously enrolled, 16.99 percent defaulted on their loans. Of the total defaulted borrowers, more than 80 percent were students who did not complete degrees, while less than 5 percent were associate-degree graduates, and about 11 percent were baccalaureate-degree graduates.
Extractions: Who submitted comments on the Notice of Proposed Rule Making on Standards for Electronic Transactions? Advocacy Staff Liaison, JHITA Aetna U.S. Healthcare AHIMA Alabama Department of Public Health Alabama Medicaid Agency Allina Health Systems Alternative Link LLC American Academy of Family Physicians American Academy of Pediatrics American Association of Health Plans American Association of HealthCare Administrative Management American Dental Association American Health Care Assn (AHCA) American Hospital Association American Medical Association NUCC American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) APWA, Natl Assn of State Medicaid Directors ASC X12N Taskgroup 2, Workgroup 3 ASC X12N, Healthcare Claims Ascentis Software BC/BS of the Rochester Area BCBS of Maryland Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New York Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maryland Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, Bldg. 100 7th floor
Life Planning News - August 2001 Education, University of missouriSaint Louis. effective, research-based, financialmanagement programs focused on National Program Leader-family Economics and http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/lifeplan/life0108.html
Extractions: August 2001 Introduction to Life Planning News. Financial Security in Later Life. The newest National Extension Initiative was approved by the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) June 14, 2001. Students and Credit Cards; Working Families; Payday Loans. Three new reports: 1. Covers College Students and Credit Cards. 2. Describes what it takes for families to cover basic expenses plus a calculator that produces budget figures for specific families. 3. Discusses the demand for payday loans. What Kids Want To Know About Financial Management is a study about teen spending and financial literacy. Money Smart Program is a new Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation educational program designed for lower income consumers who do not have traditional relationships with financial institutions. Money Math: Lessons For Life More Productive, Less Financially Stressed. This study indicates that nonprofit credit counseling clients benefit from counseling by lowering financial stress and increasing positive financial behavior. Fraud Prevention.
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Extractions: A financial institution examiner in Los Angeles, CA, where he examined many troubled banks and thrifts in the early 1990s. In 1997, he became a senior financial analyst in Kansas City with the FDIC's newly formed Division of Insurance, which is tasked with the responsibility of analyzing economic and banking trends that have far-reaching implications for insured financial institutions. In 1999, he became the Regional Manager for DOI in Kansas City (in 2001 the division expanded to become the Division of Insurance and Research). Anderlik and his group publish Regional Outlook for the Kansas City Region, which is a quarterly newsletter read by bankers and academia that analyzes economic, agricultural, and banking issues. Anderlik holds a B.S. in finance from Cal Poly Pomona and received his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1999. Art Barnaby Joyce A. Cantrell
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Extractions: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 Dow: 8197.94 PEOPLE IN THE NEWS People news Darrell Wolf has been named radiation oncology director at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Larry Dauer has joined Bank of Missouri in Cape Girardeau as a registered representative. Meredith Pobst has joined 96/KYLS Radio in Farmington as a marketing consultant. Kirby Turner, M.D., has been named medical director of Three Rivers Healthcare's Transitional Care Center in Poplar Bluff. Justin Pobst is a new credit analyst at US Bank in Farmington. Glenn Wilburn has joined the staff of 1 First Realty GMAC Real Estate in Sikeston. Shannon Daniels has joined Prudential Financial in Cape Girardeau as a financial services associate. Elizabeth Dorsett has been hired at Blake Graphic Arts in Farmington as a graphic designer. Julie King has been named marketing director at Lee Mechanical in Farmington. Mark Melloy is the new manager of the Briggs and Stratton plant in Poplar Bluff. Jeff Jernigan has joined the sales team at ERA Cape Realty in Cape Girardeau. Ray Mills is the new sales manager at Morlan Dodge in Sikeston.
Extractions: FSHS Home: Graduate Programs: Faculty M. Betsy Bergen (Ph.D., Kansas State University) Professor. Family Relationships; Courtship and Marital Interaction; Human Sexuality; Stepfamilies; Single Parents; Methods of Teaching Sexuality and Health; AIDS Education. Stephan R. Bollman (Ph.D., Iowa State University) Professor and Director of the Family Center. Family Theory; Delivery of Human Service Programs; Administration of Family Support Programs. Linda K. Crowe Mary F. De Luccie (Ph.D., Kansas State University) Associate Professor and Director of Early Childhood Programs. Early Childhood Curriculum and Development; Early Childhood Program Administration; Early Childhood Development; Parent-Child Interaction; Parent Education. Bronwyn S. Fees (Ph.D., Iowa State University) Assistant Professor. Parental Beliefs; Preschool-Child Competence; Child Development Across Cultures; Families with Multiple Births; Role of Early Educational and Familial Experiences in Lifespan Development. Jane Mertz Garcia (Ph.D., University of South Alabama) Associate Professor. Measurement of Dysarthric Speech; Acquired Language and Cognitive Disorders in Adults.
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