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HEALTH REFORM RESOURCES FOR PEOPLE LIVING WITH PSYCHIATRIC DISABILITIES
From UPenn Collaborative on Community Integration
Web Site
Two new documents published by the UPenn Collaborative on Community Integration are informing people who live with psychiatric disabilities about how the health care bills passed by Congress in 2009 might affect them. The documents, "Will Health Reform Help People with Mental Illnesses?" and "If I Have a Psychiatric Disability, Will Health Reform Help Me?" examine the health reform bills and their impact on opportunities for community integration for people with psychiatric disabilities.

A Primer on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the District of Columbia
From The ARC of DC
http://bit.ly/bfq7PS.
The Arc of DC has prepared this primer to educate and inform the public about the history and current status of services for District residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families.

Social Security Online - Work Incentives - General Information
From Social Security Administration
Web Site
Explains what a social security work incentive is and who qualifies for it

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