On May 23, 2019, key partners, advocates, leaders, and policymakers from across the state came together in Raleigh, NC to learn how and why NC health care providers and disability organizations have invested in multi-disciplinary consultation and education services to improve access to and continuity of care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. National and in-state speakers offered their perspective on how this work is critical to meaningful systems change and Medicaid reform.  Below is the agenda, speaker biographies, and presentations from this summit meeting. 

This event was supported by the NC Department of Health and Human Services, NC Council on Developmental Disabilities, The Arc of NC, Autism Society of NC and Easter Seals UCP NC.