The Affordable Care Act (ACA) continues to remain in a vulnerable state. It’s essential that our elected officials realize that those dollars are being spent, in part, to ensure that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities receive the support they need.
Reduced funding to Medicaid would widen inequalities in access to health care. This discrepancy in access to health care includes access to the support and services which allow individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live independently.
We need people with disabilities, families and providers to come together to Save Medicaid. The support of advocates like you ensures that the people we serve are empowered to lead healthy, fulfilling lives and that we have the resources to provide respite support to their families in the process.What is Respite Support?