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“Hear my daughter’s voice through me”: Disability advocates plea state avoid program cuts

CDChoices consumer Amanda Siatkowski and her mother, Linda Siatkowski were featured on CBS6 News on March 25, 2024, to speak about the state proposing cutting designated representatives from the Consumer Directed Personal Assistant Program and how it would affect their family. Linda says, “Without this program, I feel my daughter would go backward in life.”

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