[Tall-Corn] Fwd: IDB Budget Hearing Scheduled
m.barber817 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 18:06:09 UTC 2018
Michael D. Barber
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> Date: October 23, 2018 at 11:43:28 AM CDT
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> Subject: IDB Budget Hearing Scheduled
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> The Iowa Department for the Blind will be presenting its budget request to the Governor on November 15th from 12:00 to 12:30 pm in the Robert Ray Conference room at the Iowa State Capitol. This presentation will highlight achievements over the past year and outline the priorities for the coming year.
> IDB has requested a state appropriation increase of $79,877. This increase is being requested in order to add an additional Independent Living Teacher. "Our IL teachers have been working really hard to implement a new cluster-based service model" explains IDB Director Emily Wharton. "This new service model is enabling us to more quickly and efficiently help clients get the training and tools they need to remain independent in their homes. Adding another teacher to our team would reduce teacher territories. This would in turn reduce the number of clusters each teacher serves and the wait time between cluster sessions. This would result in clients feeling more confident in their ability to take care of their homes and remain active in their communities."
> The budget presentation is a public meeting and open to all who wish to attend.
> Phone: 515-281-1333
> E-mail: information at blind.state.ia.us
> Iowa Department for the Blind
> 524 Fourth Street
> Des Moines, IA 50309-2364
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