Caregivers call on Assembly to stop strict regulations on Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program

In one last-ditch effort before elected officials meet to discuss the budget, caregivers are calling on the Speaker of the New York State Assembly Carl E. Heastie to protect the integrity of the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) by submitting a letter signed by 174 of his constituents.

April 1 was the deadline for the New York State budget, and as elected officials and other organizations scramble to ensure their causes were included in the fiscal discussion, there was one program that is in danger of being significantly reduced by strict regulations—the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP).  

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