New Penn State program gives students with intellectual disabilities a college experience
Wolf Administration Issues Recommendations to Help People with Disabilities Find Employment
In March, Governor Tom Wolf signed Executive Order 2016-03, entitled “Establishing ‘Employment First’ Policy and Increasing Competitive-Integrated Employment for Pennsylvanians with a Disability.” The goal of this executive order is to make the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania a model state when it comes to creating a climate hospitable to workers with a disability. Under this executive order, competitive, integrated employment becomes the first consideration and preferred outcome of publicly funded education, training, employment, and long-term supports and service programs for working-age Pennsylvanians with a disability.
Life on the waiting list: The struggle to receive intellectual disability services in Pennsylvania
There are nearly 14,000 people in Pennsylvania with intellectual disabilities on a waiting list to receive services from the state.
Gov. Wolf Sent Legislation to Help Young People With Disabilities
Prepare for Employment After Completing High School; Signature Proposal by #IWantToWork Campaign
Pass the ABLE Act in Pennsylvania
Contact your Representative Now to Bring ABLE Accounts to PA!