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The Agency for Persons with Disabilities, Vocational Rehabilitation, Blind Services, and other disability organizations will gathered virtually on October 14 to recognize six Florida employers who have shown their commitment to hiring people with disabilities. Click Here to view the ceremony video online. After you watch please let us know your feedback about the ceremony by taking this brief online survey. Also view the proclamation here. This is when our state and the nation focus on job opportunities for people with disabilities. For more information, be sure to check out this handout as well as the FAQs.
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December 16th, Resources. Given the ever changing status of the spread of the Coronavirus COVID throughout Pennsylvania, the country and the world, we offer some valuable resources below to address what may be the unique needs of individuals of all ages with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities or family members or caregivers of individuals with disabilities who experience discrimination in health care rationing, who are denied effective communication at the hospital, or who are prohibited from bringing a needed family member or staff with them in the hospital should contact DRP at 1. Ballan and C. For example, will Coronavirus testing be covered?
While many people have found ways to live during the pandemic, some with developmental disabilities who can't do things like wear masks will still face issues even after being vaccinated. Kevin Wendel, 18, is a senior at Lakota East High School with cognitive disabilities, and his father, Bud Wendel, said the pandemic has been hard on his son. Kevin's disability prevents him from wearing a mask, so any possible COVID exposure means he must quarantine for two weeks.