Disability services crisis

As is terribly apparent to anyone in need of services for a loved one with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the latest annual “Case for Inclusion” report shows services at a breaking point.

The report is from United Cerebral Palsy and the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR).

“Threats to community-based services due to workforce and funding shortages have existed for decades, but the threat has escalated to dangerous levels, forcing providers to deny access to crucial care and other support services for people with IDD,” said Armando Contreras, president and CEO of United Cerebral Palsy, in a Disability Scoop report.

Check out Disability Scoop for an easy-to-understand analysis of the report.

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