Katie Firmani was selected as the winner of the Denise Arnold Self-Advocate Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is for a self-advocate who wants to begin their own business. Beyond the Seeds is Firmani’s new employment endeavor. Denise Arnold’s daughter, Christine Arnold Azcona, presented Firmani with the check at the Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired in New Port Richey. Click Here to view the video from the event or Click Here to read more.
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Click Here for information concerning COVID-19 for Families, Providers, and WSCs. Click Here for vaccine information and resources. For more information concerning COVID-19, be sure to visit the Florida Department of Health website and the CDC’s website. Be sure to check out the CDC Toolkit for People with Disabilities.
- ABLE United offers individuals with disabilities a smarter, safer way to save tax-free while maintaining the important benefits they rely on. You can schedule a 1:1 conversation with an ABLE United team member to get all of your ABLE-related questions answered through our ABLE United Office Hours. Also, you can watch a 10-minute recorded presentation in English and/or Spanish. Both options provide individuals interested in learning more about Florida’s qualified ABLE program with what they need to open an account from home or educate those they serve on the benefits of an account.
Normally, ABLE United team members might have a chance to connect with you at an event or special presentation – and while we can’t be together during this time, there are still ways for us to meet virtually. Schedule an exclusive webinar with an ABLE United representative specifically designed for your staff or those that you serve. Also, you can watch a 10-minute recorded presentation internally or externally in English and/or Spanish. Both options provide individuals interested in learning more about Florida’s qualified ABLE program with what they need to open an account from home or educate those they serve on the benefits of an account.
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...
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.
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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