After parents’ outcry, N.J. relaxes pandemic lockdown on programs for people with disabilities
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Within the next two weeks, thousands of people with developmental disabilities will be permitted to return to daily skill-building and recreational programs the state closed to control the spread of the pandemic, the state Department of Human Services announced Thursday. The announcement, arriving by email Thursday morning, has been eagerly awaited for months thousands of families and people who provide state services to people with developmental disabilities. Aside from a six-week period in the fall, day programs have been shut since the pandemic began 13 months ago, based on a Health Departm…

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