The Civil Monetary Penalty (CMP) funding process is unknown to organizations, yet this grant funding is available and underutilized. Through this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of the application process, the people to contact for submission of their proposals, and how to determine if their project idea is feasible to implement.
Clinicians who support residents in nursing homes have a keen viewpoint regarding factors that impact their quality of life, including changes in functional status, cognition and life goals. This perspective enables them to think creatively of enhancements to the environment to make it more person-centered. The CMP program is available to fund projects with the specific purpose of improving the quality of life of residents. Many clinicians are unaware of the program, its purpose, how to apply and how to implement programs funded through this mechanism. This webinar will leave participants with an understanding of the application process, the people to contact for submission of their proposals, and how to determine if their project idea is feasible to implement.
Explain how the CMP program is funded and the purpose for the funded projects.
Identify the logistics for applying for CMP grants.
Describe the feasibility of implementing a program funded by CMP.
Assess prior funded projects and the lessons learned in the process of implementing a CMP funded program.