Paid Family and Medical Leave: The Disability Angle

October 23, 2017 

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People across the United States are talking about the need for paid family and medical leave. New research by The Arc and the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality highlights how access to paid leave can promote economic security and stability for people with disabilities and their families. Learn more about this important issue and how people with disabilities and their families can get involved in supporting paid leave!


Lauren Agoratus, State Coordinator, Family Voices New Jersey
Kali Grant, Senior Policy Associate, Economic Security & Opportunity Initiative, Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality
Erika Hagensen, Disability Policy and Advocacy Consultant, The Arc of North Carolina and North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities
T.J. Sutcliffe, Director of Income & Housing Policy, The Arc

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