Maryland Hospitals Must Allow Support Persons to Accompany Patients with Disabilities

To help ensure equal treatment and effective communication, hospitals must allow support persons to accompany individuals with disabilities if and when they must receive in-person treatment.
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As COVID-19 Upends Section 1915(c) Waiver Services, Appendix K Grants New Flexibilities

The federal government recently approved Maryland’s COVID-19 Appendix K, which outlines new flexibilities for organizations that provide home and community-based services through Section 1915(c) waivers.
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Disability Rights During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the ways in which we live. It is critical that new measures designed to guard health also protect disabled individuals.
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Tuition Refund and Other College Expenses During Covid 19

Many schools are not offering adequate refunds for on-campus costs or for tuition, students and their parents may need legal help to obtain what is owed.
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