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On Thursday, April 28, two stories were aired – one on NPR and one on Boston 25 News – that put a spotlight on the direct support workforce crisis and the funding needed in the state budget to ensure our community receives the services and programs they need to thrive.

Executive Director Leo Sarkissian was featured in an interview with Boston 25, highlighting the ongoing funding needs that continue during the state budget process.

Watch: Boston 25 News Story

Additionally, “NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with Christopher White — CEO of Road to Responsibility, which provides care for adults with disabilities — about life threatening staffing shortages in our industry.”

Read and Listen: NPR Story

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