I don't think its fair to take this away. Some people need to work in order to survive. Some people have to work harder than others because they have struggles. We should have our own choices of where we can work. I don't think it right for the government to tell us what to do or where to work. We are already having trouble with the money we make and for the government to take it away its not fair,
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My brother, J. has been mentally handicapped since birth. He lives in Concord, California. He is high functioning (able to care for his physical needs) but he has limited mental capacity as he cannot... more »
1st- I appreciate VERY much having the opportunity to give comments.
2nd-I have worked with individuals with disabilities (those with a DD, MI, health/physical with no cognitive impairment, addictions) my entire career and in community volunteer services in one way or another--all types and levels--2 different residential centers run by the state (8yrs), state voc rehab (13 yrs) and 2 tours w/... more »
Disabled are only seeking to gain the last barrier which is competitive integrated employment. Being a disabled person living... more »
In looking through the comments, I find it quite revealing that 14(c) workers and their family members and caregivers are overwhelming supportive of 14(c), while the opposition to 14(c) seems to come from those not involved in using 14(c), or from paid advocacy groups.