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Coalition Urges NYS to Set Aside of Funds from Healthcare Investment Account

Earlier this year, $675 million of the HCTF funds were used for a Medicaid rate increase to hospitals and nursing homes across New York; but no such funding has yet been dedicated to community care providers.

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Ali Stroker Smashes Through Another Barrier

“This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge,” said Ms. Stroker, who won for her role as Ado Annie in “Oklahoma!.”

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DSP Shortage is Nationwide Crisis

Low pay feeds shortage of workers who care for people with developmental disabilities

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NYS Senate Democrats want to up special-ed aid

Senate Democrats want Gov. Cuomo to sign off on the Education Department’s request for tuition-rate-setting methodology and funding increases for special-education programs and schools.

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Lawsuit claims most NYC subway stations still inaccessible for many

A federal class-action lawsuit claims New York City’s subway system has broken the law by failing to make stations wheelchair accessible.

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Two NYS lawmakers demand MTA step up efforts to aid disabled riders

“It is an absolute travesty that for so long, many New Yorkers have been excluded from our transit system,” said one of the legislators.

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