Nearly Three dozen groups representing consumers, health care and human service workers, providers of supports and services and insurers have signed a letter to the New York State Congressional Delegation urging them the reject the Cassidy-Graham bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This bill has significant support and could be brought up for a vote in the U. S. Senate in the next few days. If passed by both houses of Congress, the bill wold cut billions of dollars in funding to New York State.
September 10 is the start of Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. Here is a look at one outstanding DSP at CP of NYS Metro Services.
The Cassidy-Graham measure would radically alter the health care landscape under Obamacare, ending the expansion of Medicaid and guarantees that those with pre-existing conditions could get coverage at reasonable cost.
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Watch this short video about one more great DSP working for CP of NYS Metro Services.
Direct Support Professional Week begins September 10. We will highlight a few of those special, hard working people in this space to honor them all.
Read about Annmarie Clarke HERE.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) plans to unveil a new version of his “Medicare-for-all” proposal.
During Direct Support Professional Recognition Week, we are highlighting some of the great people who work as DSPs at our Affiliates around the state. James Bova is another example of just how special these people are.
Acting OPWDD Commissioner Kerry Delaney issues statement in support of DSP Recognition week.
Don’t Forget Direct Support Professional Week.
For the third time since March, a judge has dismissed a state Justice Center case against an alleged abuser over what court rulings have found is the agency’s lack of authority to prosecute the cases because their staff attorneys are not elected officials