Congressman Gregg Harper reintroduced a proposal that revamps federal programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities, as they transition from high school into the working world.
“In order for individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities to reach their maximum potential, Congress must enact a systems change,” said Harper, a longtime champion for the disabilities community. “The current federal disability laws are hopelessly outdated and will ultimately lead to unemployment and poverty for these children.”
Congressman Harper’s proposal looks to improve the current system in place. Read more about his plan HERE.
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