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Current Priority Issues

Medicaid Expansion in Maine

Provide quality, comprehensive healthcare to more people living with disabilities. 

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Provide quality, comprehensive healthcare to more people living with disabilities. 

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Medicaid Expansion in NH

Provide quality, comprehensive healthcare to more people living with disabilities. 

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New Hampshire Disability and Public Health Project

Develop relationships with state agencies to raise awareness about MS and our community’s needs.

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Spousal Waiver - Massachusetts

The chapter is collecting stories to understand how this issue impacts people with MS. If you are severely disabled and ineligible for Medicaid due to spousal income, please email michelle.dickson@nmss.org or call her at 781-693-5146.

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Respite Care to Support Family Caregivers - Massachusetts

Are you the caregiver for a loved one with MS?

SAVE THE DATE!! Friday, May 9, 2014

The 2014 Annual CARE Conference, “Connecting and Advocating Respite for Everyone”, hosted by the Massachusetts Lifespan Respite Coalition (MLRC).

Time:
8 am to 4 pm

Where:
Best Western Royal
181 Boston Post
Marlborough, MA 01752

For more information, view the flyer.

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Home Modification Tax Credit -- Take Action Now on LD365

  1. Identify your own state senator and representative at  http://legislature.maine.gov/house/townlist.htm.  
  2. Call or email your officials now and others you may know.
  3. Tell them why helping Mainers of any age with a disability or hardship remain safely at home utilizing home modifications is important to you and your family.
  4. Thank them for their support of LD365 AND urge them to ask their colleagues on the Appropriations Committee to  fund the bill so it can pass the final vote, be sent to the Governor and become law.

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