Live In Care – The Best Solution for Elder Care

Elder care is an important concern for modern working professionals. They could not give required attention to elder members (like parents, grandparents, or other elderly members) of their family due to professional commitments or other external engagement. Therefore, they seek an accurate solution for this important issue. Live in care is the best solution of … Continue reading

DRC: SB 855 problems: proposed fixes

From our colleagues at Disability Rights California:  DRC has constructed the attached to fix a range of problems in the SB 855 (overtime) legislation which was so hastily constructed and passed in the last hours of the legislative session in June.  Our language would:  Exempt those providers who are paid by IHSS ONLY because they … Continue reading

CDCAN: State Sends Out Official Notice to Counties On July 1st Implementation of Temporary 8% Across-the-Board Cut In Service Hours for All IHSS Recipients

STATE SENDS OUT OFFICIAL NOTICE TO COUNTIES ON IMPLEMENTATION OF TEMPORARY ACROSS-THE-BOARD CUT IN SERVICE HOURS FOR ALL IHSS RECIPIENTS ·      Temporary 8% Across-The-Board Cut in Hours Effective July 1, 2013 Through June 30, 2014 – That Cut Lowers to 7% July 1, 2014 Through June 30, 2015 ·      Reduction Could Continue Beyond June 2015 If Sufficient New Federal Funding … Continue reading

CDCAN: Governor Brown Signs SB 67 IHSS Court Settlement Bill

California State Budget: GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS SB 67 IHSS COURT SETTLEMENT BILL – MAKES OFFICIAL TEMPORARY 8% ACROSS-THE-BOARD CUT IN HOURS FOR ALL IHSS RECIPIENTS BEGINNING JULY 1stFOLLOWED BY 7% CUT NEXT YEAR ·      Also Signs SB 68 That Makes Adjustments to Current Budget ·      Budget Conference Committee Scheduled To Meet Friday at 1 PM Though Not Likely To … Continue reading

CDCAN: ASSEMBLY PASSES IHSS COURT SETTLEMENT BILL SB 67 THAT AUTHORIZES TEMPORARY ACROSS-THE-BOARD SERVICE HOUR CUTS TO ALL IHSS RECIPIENTS

Bill Heads Next for All But Certain Approval by Governor Brown – Legislation Would Go Into Effect Immediately ·      8% Across-The-Board Cut in Service Hours Would Begin July 1, 2013 and End June 30, 2014 Followed by 7% Across-the-Board Reduction BeginningJuly 1, 2014 Through June 30, 2015 – Temporary Cut Could Continue Indefinitely If New Federal Medicaid Money Fails To Come … Continue reading

CDCAN: IHSS Recipients on Temporary 8% Across-the-board Cut in Service Hours

Draft County Notice to IHSS Recipients on Temporary 8% Across-the-board Cut in Service Hours to IHSS Recipients California State Budget: DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES RELEASES DRAFT COUNTY NOTICES TO IHSS RECIPIENTS ON TEMPORARY 8% ACROSS-THE-BOARD CUTS IN HOURS ·      Draft “All County Notice” and Draft Attachments When Finalized Will Be Official Notice to Counties on the … Continue reading

CDCAN: IHSS Court Settlement Agreement Bills in Assembly and Senate Pass Budget Committees As Expected

IHSS Court Settlement Agreement Bills in Assembly and Senate Pass Budget Committees As Expected – Will Impose Temporary Smaller Cuts to IHSS Replacing Larger Permanent Cuts Currently Blocked by Court Order California State Budget: SENATE BUDGET COMMITTEE & ASSEMBLY BUDGET COMMITTEE APPROVES IDENTICAL BILLS THAT WILL IMPLEMENT IHSS COURT SETTLEMENT ON BUDGET CUTS ·      SB 67 … Continue reading

CDCAN: IHSS Court Settlement Agreement Bills in Assembly and Senate Pass Budget Committees As Expected

IHSS Court Settlement Agreement Bills in Assembly and Senate Pass Budget Committees As Expected – Will Impose Temporary Smaller Cuts to IHSS Replacing Larger Permanent Cuts Currently Blocked by Court Order California State Budget: SENATE BUDGET COMMITTEE & ASSEMBLY BUDGET COMMITTEE APPROVES IDENTICAL BILLS THAT WILL IMPLEMENT IHSS COURT SETTLEMENT ON BUDGET CUTS ·      SB 67 … Continue reading

California Healthline: IHSS 8% Cut Approved

by David Gorn The Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Health and Human Services yesterday approved the settlement over cuts to In-Home Supportive Services. The agreement reduces the severity of the cut from the original 20% proposal to its current 8% cutback. “While we don’t celebrate any cuts,” said Frank Mecca, executive director of the County Welfare … Continue reading

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