Targeted Case Management

The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) is working with Public Consulting Group LLC (PCG) to come up with di­fferent ways and options that will support the Kansas Intellectual/Developmental Disability (IDD) Targeted Case Management (TCM) system in following the government rules.

KDADS and PCG will host several stakeholder meetings throughout the project and invite individuals from different stakeholder groups to participate in multiple opportunities to gather information, ideas, problem areas, and questions about IDD TCM and HCBS services. We are asking for your assistance with two tasks:

  1. Complete a survey based on your involvement with TCM - These surveys are completely voluntary, do not affect benefits, and are anonymous. You may choose not to participate or withdraw from participating at any time once started. If you do choose to participate, the survey should be completed by September 13th. The surveys can be found at the corresponding links below:

    HCBS Providers:
  1. Distribute the Individual and Family Survey - We also ask that agencies assist in distribution of TCM Study Flyerthe Individual and Family survey to any individuals who receive IDD targeted case management and HCBS services in your contact lists.

    TCM Study Flyer (click on the image on the right to view the full-size flyer)
    Kansas Targeted Case Management Study (TCM) Evaluation Form

If there are any questions about participation, the project, or your interest in participating please email us at [email protected]. Thank you for your time!

Targeted Case Management Study Stakeholder Engagement Meetings

The Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) and Public Consulting Group LLC (PCG) invite all stakeholders to participate in our bi-monthly Stakeholder Engagement Meetings. These meetings are designed to facilitate communication and collaboration among different stakeholder groups. We have created meetings that target different stakeholder groups; however, anyone can join. We request that each meeting focus on the feedback and concerns of the designated groups, for example, the individuals, families, guardians, representative workgroup meeting should prioritize the input of those individuals. Regardless of which meeting you attend; everyone should work to create a safe space where everyone can share their lived experience without fear of judgment or invalidation.

The schedule, links, and details of each meeting are available below for public access.






MCO Representative Workgroup

First Monday
of every other




1:00pm- 2:30pm

Click here to join the MCO Workgroup

Meeting ID: 228 409 235 408
Passcode: JAVncz

CDDO Representative Workgroup

Second Monday
of every other




1:00pm- 2:30pm

Click here to join the CDDO Workgroup

Meeting ID: 245 650 436 030
Passcode: KgAJYy

General Representative Workgroup

Second Friday
of every other





Click here to join the General Workgroup

Meeting ID: 275 344 575 557
Passcode: xnZA3z

Individual/Families/Guardians Representative Workgroup

Third Friday
of every other




12:00pm- 1:00pm

Click here to join the Individual/Families/Guardians Workgroup

Meeting ID: 250 824 620 978
Passcode: 3rpt3q

TCM Representative Workgroup

Third Monday
of every other




1:00pm- 2:30pm

Click here to join the TCM Workgroup

Meeting ID: 219 625 800 326
Passcode: pNrTv3

*Meetings have already taken place in July, September, and November 2023

Townhall Update - Registration

Two townhall meeting options are available for registration. The same information will be shared at both meetings, so you do not have to attend both. Please register for the meeting time that best fits your schedule:

Thursday, February 1, 2024

12:30-2 p.m.

Thursday, February 1, 2024
3-4:30 p.m.

See full details in the documents below.

Townhall Communication

Townhall Agenda