Finding reliable disability-related information and resources can be time consuming. That’s why Disability.gov has developed a series of 14 guides about topics such as disability benefits, housing assistance, job training programs, and financial help for families with low incomes. Other guides cover services that promote independence for people with disabilities such as home health care, programs for caregivers, assistive technology, and more.
Each guide begins with a series of “quick links” that answer many frequently asked questions. Disability.gov’s Guides to Information & Resources also connect you to information about local organizations that offer programs and services that promote the inclusion and full participation of people with disabilities in their communities. To learn more, visit Disability.gov.
Reminder: There will be Behavioral Health and Aging sessions on the afternoon of August 27, 2015 at the MIPPA Training Conference. Sessions are free but individuals need to register by August 21, 2015. Sessions are open to AAAs, ADRCs, and LMHAs.
Legislative Budget Board Performance Measures Projections Revisions were approved by DADS for 2015 and sent to each AAA the week ending August 14, 2015. Thanks to each AAA for your timely response.