Monday, September 24, 2012

Arizona Tops 50-State Ranking Of Disability Services

Arizona’s Medicaid program provides the best services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, according to a national ranking released Wednesday.
The annual list produced by United Cerebral Palsy compares services and quality of life for people with disabilities all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Arizona, Michigan, California, New Hampshire and Vermont came in at the top of the list this year.
Meanwhile, for the sixth year in a row, Mississippi was dead last, with Illinois, Arkansas and Texas rounding out the low performers. (Find out where your state stands »)

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1 comment:

  1. we live in california, both my kids have 2 genetic conditions with sub diagnosis of Autism, Birth Defects, Cerebral Palsy, and more. One has Medi-Cal IEHP, and the other has Medi-cal Molina, yet they can't get eyeglasses, SMO braces, shoes for the SMO braces, or orthodontia braces. Also because of the change in their Medi-Cal going from straight Medi-Cal to that listed above now they can't see their specialists that they saw before. I don't know how California ranked #3 for my kids they are #-50