Autism Home Healthcare Staffing Realities

Autistic young adult requires frequent 2:1 to 3:1 supports, as needed during behavioral or medical emergencies. Home health care staff ratio needed NOT yet provided by state of California. Family still in negotiations. Case should be a NO BRAINER for anyone involved in discerning if this is the kind of unique, aytpical case that requires at LEAST 24/7 1:1 in-home family support. autismus EMS law enforcement autism awareness educational videos autisme “autismul” “awtismo” “nursing” “nurses” “caregivers” “cna” “lvn” case law least restrictive environment “disablity rights” “california” “protection and advocacy” “los angeles” “san diego” “sacramento” “autism legislative taskforce” “autism news” “autism facts” “statistics” “research” “case study” “attorneys” “lawfirms” “litigation” “advocates” “injury” “judges” “decisions” Autistic boy’s mother may sue state california pervasive failure to provide adequate services to autistic boy with extreme self-injurious behaviors and seizure disorder leaves family exhausted in constant battle for proper in-home support and relief. Family forced to create behavioral and nutritional plans due to state “experts” repeatedly failing to provide or meet extraordinary needs of this autistic person. It’s simply unreal that after the family has had to pick up where all the “professionals” dropped the ball, they are insulted and tormented with lack of proper home supports.

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PRI Study California Government Oversized

Interview: PRI Research Director Jason Clemens

San Francisco- California government can do more with fewer taxpayer dollars, according to a new study released today by the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), a free-market think tank based in San Francisco. No Bang for the Taxpayer’s Buck: Why California Must Reform Spending and Trim Government finds that California is a bottom performer in delivering value-for-money in government services like education, health care, and infrastructure.

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