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Fairgo

(1,571 posts)
Mon Jun 23, 2014, 06:21 AM Jun 2014

CRS In Crisis

Commonwealth Rehabilitation Services have been gutted under the new budget. Innovative pilot projects, networks of experienced professionals, and the infrastructure that connected them to the greater social safety net are crumbling away. The need remains, and will multiply in the service void. At risk are the most vulnerable, and now they will be wholly exposed. I do not have a history with this system and so I have no idea how these things play out. My new colleagues are gamely seeking ways to sustain the good we've done...trying to develop new community in the face of collapse. I'd really like to hear any insight you have in how to survive this liberal programmatic pogrom.

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CRS In Crisis (Original Post) Fairgo Jun 2014 OP
"At risk are the most vulnerable" ... Matilda Jun 2014 #1
And it just seems to cut deeper Fairgo Jul 2014 #2

Fairgo

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2. And it just seems to cut deeper
Wed Jul 2, 2014, 07:50 AM
Jul 2014

The demonization of people with disabilities as dole blodgers undeserving of support gives the liberal party cover for some pretty heinous acts. Why does the public fall for it, and fall so fast?

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