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Voc Rehab Often Leads To Low-Paying Jobs For Those With Autism

Most people with autism who receive vocational rehabilitation services exit the program with a job, a new report finds, but such employment is typically part-time and low paid.Nationally, about 60 percent of those on the spectrum left the federally-funded vocational rehabilitation program with a position in an integrated workplace that they’d been able to maintain [&hellip

Medi-Cal for Undocumented Children

Due to agreement between the Legislature and the Governor last year, full-scope Medi-Cal benefits will become available for undocumented children (under age 19) beginning in May. These services will be provided through Medi-Cal Managed Care Plans and will enable undocumented children who enroll to access preventative care and other services that are not currently available [&hellip

Last Chance to sign up for this Saturday’s FREE Employment Summit

Employment Summit 2015 The State Council on Developmental Disabilities, in collaboration with Inland Regional Center, Department of Rehabilitation, Autism Society Inland Empire, Redlands USD and the Colton Redlands Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program (CRY-ROP) presents:  FREE Employment Summit    Transition Age Students with Disabilities who want to work, their Parents and the Professionals who support them Presentations [&hellip

Claims for Compensation Under Historic Settlement

Claims for Compensation Under Historic Settlement Between DOJ and Greyhound May Now Be Filed A claims process is now available to compensate people who experienced disability discrimination while traveling or attempting to travel on Greyhound. The claims process is part of a consent decree that resolves nationwide Americans with Disabilities Act discrimination claims brought by [&hellip

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