developmental disabilities

HUD-Subsidized Housing Offered for People with Developmental Disabilities

The Lund Report
The 14-unit building will house 'relatively high functioning' adults who only need light care, most of them coming to the space from their parents' homes.

 

July 19, 2013 – Kehillah is the Hebrew word for “community.” It's also the name of an affordable apartment complex for adults with developmental disabilities that's expected to complete construction in August and to open in September.

No Need for Provider Tax on Developmental Disability Programs

The Lund Report
The Legislature restored funding to these programs, erasing concern about a 4 percent cut

March 21, 2012—People who provide services to the developmentally disabled were willing to pay a provider tax out of their own pockets in order to receive federal matching dollars, but such a tax ended up being unnecessary.

They made the attempt after learning about a 4 percent reduction that would have been imposed in April, and had already seen a 6 percent cut in programs last October.

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