Disability plan draws mixed reactions
A new state plan for providing services to Tennesseans with intellectual and developmental disabilities is partially satisfying recipients on the ground, but has left some with concerns. The Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities hosted the second of three forums Friday to hear responses to a May 30 “concept paper,” which indicates a shift in DIDD’s priorities from expensive 24-hour care for those most in need to limited, less costly services that will reach more recipients…Read More
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