Recent Examples of nondisabled from the Web
These include companion homes, where a person with an intellectual disability moves in with a couple or a family, similar to a foster-care situation, and cluster housing, where clients live in apartment complexes along with nondisabled residents.
Now, advocates worry that the Trump administration is poised to grant Indiana a long-term extension of the Healthy Indiana expansion — and add a requirement that nondisabled adults work or volunteer 20 hours a week.
Here’s how the conservative Foundation for Government Accountability put it: The Medicaid expansion under Obamacare moved a new class of nondisabled, childless adults to the front of the line.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 41% of nondisabled adults on Medicaid do not have jobs.
And of that 2% representation rate, about 95% of those disabled characters are played by nondisabled actors.
Here’s a look at how the performers navigate in ways their nondisabled peers never need to consider.
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