Organizations Filed Purposes:
To promote options that empower people with disabilities to achieve their full potential and live independently, fully participate in their community, and exercise their rights as citizens. It shall challenge, through advocacy, education and citizen action, those systems that limit such options.
CORE SERVICES - CDR provides information referral, peer counseling, independent living skills training, transition services and individual and systemic advocacy to people of all ages who have disabilities. Our services apply to housing, transportation, assistive technology devices, health care, personal care, household management, personal financial management, self-advocacy, community living, youth transition, public education, and technical assistance. During the reporting year, we reached out to a 42-town area, serving 167 people with one-to-one services, and over 2000 received information and referral services. 57 people were transitioned from nursing homes into the community. Also, we successfully graduated 7 young people with disabilities from our Summer Self-Empowerment Camp for high school seniors and juniors who were awarded a total of 4,900 in scholarships.
TRANSITION SERVICES - CDR provides intensive Transition Coordination and Housing Coordinating services for folks who wish to move out of nursing facilities and other institutions back to the community. Most of these activities are under the CMS funded Money Follows the Person Initiative. CDR does not charge he recipients for the services. During the reporting year, CDR served over 150 individuals in an area that includes more than 60 towns. We successfully transitioned 57 individuals out of nursing facilities into the community.
CASE SERVICES - During the FYE9/30/19, there were 124 consumers that received financial support from Part B Case Service Funds and/or from other sources. These funds were used to remove or modify barriers allowing the consumer to live and/or work more independently in their homes and workplace. These modifications may include ramps, bathroom modifications, and other accessibility modifications. In some cases, household goods are provided to consumers leaving nursing homes and going back into the community. Also, we have provided assistance with transportation services housing application fees and safety equipment such as vibrating alarm clocks and flashing doorbells and smoke detectors for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. We also provided security deposits for apartments and funds for DMV IDs and birth certificates. We also assisted with wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Marc Anthony Gallucci||Executive Director||50||$82,978|
|Grace Delstritto||Vice President||1||$0|
|Judith C Vanleuvan||Secretary||2||$0|
|Rev Joseph C Stanford Jr||Member||1||$0|
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