Colorado prepares to eliminate barriers for developmentally disabled adults

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Colorado prepares to eliminate barriers for developmentally disabled adults

New program would eliminate waiting lists if feds approve
Community Connections client Richard Siegele, left, paints with the assistance of Vanessa Himmel at the Durango Arts Center during an art class held Thursday. The state of Colorado is planning to consolidate the Medicaid programs that fund care for adults with developmental disabilities, which would eliminate waiting lists for residential care.
A Community Connections client is assisted during an art class held at the Durango Arts Center Thursday. Community Connections serves about 250 adults and children with intellectual or developmental disabilities across five counties in Southwest Colorado.

Colorado prepares to eliminate barriers for developmentally disabled adults

Community Connections client Richard Siegele, left, paints with the assistance of Vanessa Himmel at the Durango Arts Center during an art class held Thursday. The state of Colorado is planning to consolidate the Medicaid programs that fund care for adults with developmental disabilities, which would eliminate waiting lists for residential care.
A Community Connections client is assisted during an art class held at the Durango Arts Center Thursday. Community Connections serves about 250 adults and children with intellectual or developmental disabilities across five counties in Southwest Colorado.
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