Potential Solutions To Allow More People with Disabilities to Remain in the Community?
What do people believe might be some effective solutions to allow people with disabilities and people who are elderly to remain integrated into the community? There were some specific ideas such as the Community Choice Act which would allocate funds to reflect that people with disabilities remain in the community with a home attendant. This is a recent update on some potential modification of that legislation that may be included in current healthcare reform efforts:
What would people's specific ideas be about how to best allow people who choose to remain in the community or are seeking that opportunity and would be able to with supports and services? What would people believe the most effective manner to facilitate that is? And what other concerns would people have about this?
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