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"I suspect there may be smaller providers that would disagree with that statement, but I’m looking at the big picture, I’m very optimistic.
The second major change centers on New Jersey's new regulations for Medicaid-approved service providers, designed to attract millions of dollars in federal funding.
The extra funding could reduce the state's waiting list for adults with disabilities, who can languish on it for decades without government assistance for housing and community services.
Nicole Brossoie, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Human Services, would not say how many more people the state might be able to assist with federal dollars, and referred the Courier-Post to policy manuals and proposals posted on the state's website.
His 22-year-old son, Patrick, had been in her art classes for adults with special needs for two years, her fees paid through New Jersey's Division of Developmental Disabilities' supports program."Dr.
Judy," he said he told her, "this isn't good for you."There was no way Jubilation could survive the state's new regulations, the two figured. For the past few years, the division has been preparing the state's service providers and families of adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities to make two monumental changes that many call long overdue. The second centers on how those services are delivered.