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New Jersey young adults should not live in nursing homes

October 19, 2023
New Jersey young adults should not live in nursing homes - northjersey.com

October 19, 2023 | Online article northjersey.com The insightful report from Disability Rights New Jersey confirmed advocates’ suspicions that New Jersey sanctions placing individuals with disabilities into nursing homes against…

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Report that President Biden will End Wage Discrimination for People with Intellectual and Cognitive Disabilities: Statement by Robert Stack, CEO of Community Options

January 19, 2021
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January 19, 2021 | insidernj.com Report that President Biden will End Wage Discrimination for People with Intellectual and Cognitive Disabilities: Statement by Robert Stack, CEO of Community Options www.insidernj.com Princeton, NJ…

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Caregivers for those with disabilities are Frontline workers, their pay should reflect that

January 12, 2021
elpasoheraldpost.com

January 12, 2021 | elpasoheraldpost.com The consensus is hospital staff and the vulnerable must be first in line for the vaccine. Persons with disabilities have a 35% greater chance of…

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Op-Ed: Frontline workers across Texas deserve hazard pay during COVID-19 Pandemic

July 27, 2020
elpasoheraldpost.com

July 27, 2020 | elpasoheraldpost.com Frontline Texas workers are getting hammered with COVID cases. Caring for our most vulnerable adults, with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities, they remain intrepid but…

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Raise pay for direct care workers to fill gaps caused by coronavirus

April 30, 2020
syracuse.com

April 30, 2020 | syracuse.com Imagine being paid $11 to $16 per hour to work an eight-hour shift in a group home with three or four people who are autistic…

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Caregivers deserve fair wages

December 12, 2019
post-gazette.com

December 12, 2019 | post-gazette.com The Pennsylvania House and Gov. Tom Wolf are working to ensure a sound minimum wage is established, thereby placing Pennsylvania to get in line with…

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Community Options improving lives

October 14, 2019
Taylorsville Journal

October 14, 2019 | Taylorsville Journal A leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing housing and employment support to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities is continuing to thrive out…

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Health care needs reform, reg­u­la­tion and re­search

November 4, 2018

November 04, 2018 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette online Health care needs reform, reg­u­la­tion and re­search This year, 36 states will elect a governor. There are well over 24 seats that could…

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People at the center: Cayuga County-area agencies launch care coordination organization

July 10, 2018

July 10 2018 | auburnpub.com AUBURN — As soon as the state released its plan for changes in service coordination for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Cayuga Centers began…

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Renovating Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act

July 22, 2017

July 22, 2017 | The Santa Fe New Mexican | Article.pdf My View Renovating Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act By Robert Stack You would think that other than being…

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