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Come and Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the ADA on Boston Common!

Come and Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the ADA on Boston Common!

Make plans to come to Boston Common on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015, to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of one of the most comprehensive civil rights bills in the history of this country, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)! Join us as we mark this milestone event with speakers, activities, and fun! It is a better world today thanks to the ADA. For more information regarding this important event, please visit the the Boston ADA 25th Anniversary website by clicking on the following link: 25th ADA Boston Celebration and for sponsorships and donations for this special event, please click on the following link where you can donate online as an individual or as an organization: Donate to 25th ADA Boston Celebration
Make your plans now to join with us at this milestone celebration in Boston of the 25th Anniversary of the ADA!

Join Our Struggle For Affordable & Accessible Housing!

Join our struggle for affordable, accessible housing on Tuesday, December 16th, 2014, from 11 A.M. - 2 P.M., at 89 South Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02111. If you have a disability, and you've had trouble finding housing, or you have a connection to the housing crisis facing people with disabilities, please join us for a special training. We're fighting to create more affordable housing for people with disabilities through the Alternative Housing Voucher Program. Your voice and your story can make the difference. Join us to learn how. This interactive event will include an introduction to this year's campaign for affordable housing for people with disabilities, and training on how to tell your personal housing story and meet with legislators. Lunch will be provided (please let us know if you have dietary restrictions). RSVP's are requested. To RSVP or request accommodations, contact Allegra Stout at 617-338-6665. All are welcome! Please spread the word to your friends and networks. For more information and a flyer about this event, please click on the following link: Your Voice for Affordable and Accessible Housing This event is brought to you by the Disability Policy Consortium (DPC) and the Boston Center for Independent Living (BCIL)

Massachusetts One Care Initiative for Non-elderly Dual Eligibles

Massachusetts One Care Initiative for Non-elderly Dual Eligibles

The Massachusetts Medicaid Policy Institute (*MMPI) is pleased to release a fact sheet and infographic on One Care Massachusetts' demonstration project for adults with disabilities between the ages of 21 and 64 who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid. The demonstration launched on October 1, 2013, and is slated to run through December 31, 2016. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have jointly contracted with three health plans to provide all medical, behavioral health, dental, pharmacy, and long-term support services covered by Medicare and Medicaid. The fact sheet provides a comprehensive description of One Care including an overview of key features of the program. The infographic provides information on enrollment in One Care by health plan, rating category, and geography. MMPI plans to update the enrollment infographic on a regular basis as new information becomes available. These publications draw from the materials MassHealth has made available though its' One Care website pulling together information from a wide variety of material into a single fact sheet. In addition, One Care has some great stories for you! In a series of videos, you can hear members explain why One Care works for them. To view these videos, please click on the following link: One Care Videos *Please note that MMPI is a program of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundtaion. MMPI is an independent and nonpartisan source of information and analysis about the Massachusetts Medicaid program (often referred to as "MassHealth"). MMPI's mission is to promote the development of effective Medicaid policy solutions through research and policy analysis and a rigorous and thoughtful public discussion of the program's successes and the challenges ahead.

NILP 2014 Annual Fund Drive Campaign – We Need Your Support This Holiday Season!

NILP 2014 Annual Fund Drive Campaign - We Need Your Support This Holiday Season!

During this Holiday Season of giving and thanks, please be generous and support the Northeast Independent Living Program, Inc. (NILP) in its' mission of providing advocacy & services to people with all disabilities who wish to live independently in the community. NILP is known for "Opening Doors to Independence". We are a community of people who open doors to create an all-inclusive community free of communication, attitudinal, economic, and architectural barriers for people with all disabilities. Help NILP serve people with all disabilities by making your tax-deductible donation by the end of this year! You can contribute to our NILP 2014 Annual Fund Campaign by contributing right her on our website by clicking on the "Donate" icon or by mailing your contribution to the Northeast Independent Living Program, Inc., 20 Ballard Road, Lawrence, MA 01843. For a copy of our NILP Annual Fund Campaign flyer, please click on the following link: NILP 2014 Annual Fund Flyer Your Annual Fund donation helps NILP provide a success story during this Holiday Season for the people we serve and we sincerely appreciate it!

NILP Program Spotlight of the Month: Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Program

NILP's Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Program is consumer-controlled and directed. The person receiving NILP's PCA services manages their program independently, or with the assistance of a surrogate of their choice. PCA consumers can receive assistance with activities such as bathing, eating, or dressing, as wll as chores such as laundry or housekeeping. For more information regarding NILP's PCA services, please click on the tab and drop-down menu under Sevices/Programs for Personal Care Attendants on the NILP homepage.