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shared courtesy of ABC Columbia Across the country, workers who provide essential services for people with intellectual disabilities continue to do so during the pandemic. But they’re not being included in financial distributions or receiving any help to get Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This can put both providers and recipients at risk. United Cerebral Palsy...
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shared courtesy of Portland Press Herald In the battle against coronavirus, hospital and nursing home workers are often described as being on the front lines as they put themselves at risk to care for others. But for thousands of personal care assistants, hospice staff or direct support workers across Maine, that moving front line may...
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shared courtesy of PennLive Dr. Jennifer Chambers hasn’t seen her son, Michael, in weeks. Michael, who is 24, has Down syndrome and is on the autism spectrum. He lives in a community home in Harrisburg managed by Keystone Human Services. To reduce the risk of exposure to the coronavirus, community homes for those with disabilities...
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