State lawmakers and service providers are demanding financial resources to support workers who care for the developmentally disabled, citing staffing shortages they say have reached crisis proportions.
A family advocacy meeting for clients of East End Disability Associates is scheduled for Oct. 11.
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Developmentally disabled adults face uncertainty as N.Y. changes Medicaid payments and deep federal cuts loom
“These are two storms colliding.” That's how East End Disability Associates founder and CEO Lisa Meyer Fertal describes the confluence of N.Y. Medicaid reform measures already underway and the deep cuts to Medicaid funding proposed in Congress.