Latest News from the Board

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The Board has released its 2022 Assessments of Virginia's Disability Services System on Access to Information for People with Disabilities and their Family Members and the School to Prison Pipeline. To read the assessments, please visit our Assessing Virginia's Disability Services page

 The Board has completed its report on the state of Employment in Virginia as part of Project Living Well. The summary and full report can be read here.

 The Board has released its five-year state plan. To read the 2022-2026 State Plan & Infographic, please visit our Planning Documents and Reports page.

 Through this RFP titled Diversity, Inclusion & Visibility, the Board seeks to award funds to an organization to develop a comprehensive, statewide public awareness campaign that increases awareness of the value of fully including people with developmental disabilities in all aspects of the community, as well as provide information on topics and issues impacting individuals with developmental disabilities.

 The Board has three new fact sheets, developed in conjunction with the Partnership for People with Disabilities ad the Arc of Virginia, regarding safety information about coronavirus vaccines for people with disability, including safety, how to receive the vaccine, and what to expect after you get it.
Safety | How to Get the Vaccine | After You're Vaccinated

 The Board has assembled a handy cheat sheet of tips for safely using and caring for your cloth face masks. You can download it HERE. Stay safe!

 The Board has compiled a handy guide to help explains the Coronavirus stimulus and how an ABLEnow account can protect the other benefits you receive.You can download it HERE. Stay safe!

 The highlights of the Board's 2021 Program Performance Report are now available to the public! Check them out!.

 Virginia is offering new high quality, low cost healthcare coverage to thousands of people with disabilities beginning January 1, 2019. Qualification criteria have changed and new plans are available. To see if you qualify and to get enrolled, visit http://www.coverva.org/.

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