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This Boxer’s Toughest Opponent is Cerebral Palsy

“The Champ” is training in the gym, covered in sweat, fighting his worst enemy: cerebral palsy.

 

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UCP of NYC Joins Partners Health Plan in Managed Care Model for New York Families with Disabilities

UCP of NYC has joined the five Downstate ARCs in Partners Health Plan (PHP) – a first-of-its-kind Fully Integrated Duals Advantage Plan (FIDA) to provide integrated health and long term care for dually eligible adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

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Gov May Ask Legislature for Term Limits

Cuomo’s agenda may include establishing a full-time Legislature with a commensurate boost in pay, establishing four year terms instead of the current two for the Senate and Assembly He may also ask for term limits for elected officials.

 

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“This is a Human Rights Issue”

More than 200 people to attended a rally at the Buffalo Science Museum calling on New York State to increase pay for direct care workers who deal with developmental disabilities.

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WNY Legislators Turn Out to Say #bFair2DirectCare

Nicole Judson is a team coordinator for a group home in Jamestown, operated by Aspire of Western New York, “It is a very demanding job, but it is also very rewarding, but we do not get paid enough which, in turn, causes staff to go other places to get paid more.”

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