The Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) is hosting APD Job Fairs around the state over the next few months. APD has more than 100 job vacancies it needs to fill with qualified applicants. For more information, please see the following flyers for Orlando, Wildwood, and Lakeland.
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The Agency for Persons with Disabilities is looking for top quality employees. If you are interested, be sure to check out jobs.myflorida.com/go/Agency-for-Persons-with-Disabilities.
In 2022 the Florida Legislature directed the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to implement a statewide dental program. The Florida Legislature appropriated $8.5 million to the agency to competitively procure a contract with a nonprofit organization for a statewide dental services program for individuals with developmental disabilities. APD is seeking information and ideas regarding the implementation of a Statewide Dental Program to serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. For more information please read the RFI here and read the MFMP advertisement here.
ABLE United offers individuals with disabilities a smarter, safer way to save tax-free while maintaining the important benefits they rely on. Generally, funds in an ABLE account do not count as a resource or asset for Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income. Funds can be used for a variety of expenses that help individuals improve or maintain their health, independence or quality of life. Have questions? Watch our recorded presentation in English and/or Spanish, schedule a 1:1 conversation with ABLE United, or request a presentation to your group or organization to learn more about why you, or those you serve, should consider opening an ABLE account today.
The Disability and Health Program (DHP) is funded by a five-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The goals of the program are to include Floridians of all ages with disabilities in all the Department of Health’s programs and activities for health promotion, disease prevention, wellness, and disaster preparedness. The DHP also works with individuals with disabilities, their families, their health care providers, other state agencies, and interested stakeholders to meet its goals. Learn More Here...
If you are an active duty military service member and are interested to learn more about applying for services, please read this PDF for more information on how to apply.
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