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Karen Schwartz

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Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council

Direct Phone: (802) ***-****direct phone

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Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council

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www.vcdr.org

Karen Schwartz, Director103 South Main StreetWaterbury, VT 05671-0206(802) 241-2612, 1-888-317-2006 Voice/TDDFax: (802) 241-2989


www.vermontfamilynetwork.org [cached]

Presenter: Karen Schwartz, Director of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council.
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www.timesargus.com

Karen Schwartz, executive director of the Vermont Developmental Disability Council - part of the state Agency of Human Services - spoke of the impact eight years of cuts has had on the program.
"I ask you to consider the cumulative effect of the rescissions over the years," Schwartz said. She noted that, in the face of constant cuts, the number of people her program serves has risen from 1,700 to 2,800, while the number of positions overseeing the administration of services has shrunk from 12 to 4.5. "All people count," Schwartz said.


www.vermontfamilynetwork.org [cached]

Presenter: Karen Schwartz, Director of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council Click here to view the powerpoint.


www.reformer.com

Karen Schwartz, executive director of the Vermont Developmental Disabilities Council, said that the budget was better for developmental services agencies than in years past.
Schwartz said that holding budget forums last fall before Shumlin's administration drafted the budget might have allowed an outlet for people to express their thoughts on the proposals.


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