SHARE Email Facebook Twitter February 04, 2016 Government That Works, Healthcare, Human Services, Seniors Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the Departments of Human Services (DHS), Aging (PDA), and Community and Economic Development (DCED) are partnering to launch the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Loan Program in July 2016.DHS and PDA help seniors and individuals living with disabilities to transition from living in long-term care facilities to residing in the community, ensuring that people have choices about where they live and receive long-term services and supports.“This program will help people to live full, independent lives on their own terms,” said Governor Wolf. “The loans can help build the infrastructure so individuals can live where they want and how they want, giving them many more choices than they would have if living in a facility. I’m thrilled to announce this next step towards accomplishing my administration’s goal to help more Pennsylvanians receive home-based care.”“We believe that supporting the development of a new supports and services structure will mean that more people are served in the right setting,” said DHS Secretary Ted Dallas. “This new system also gives folks the proper amount of support to help them live independently in their homes and communities.”Loans will be provided for projects that help the commonwealth to meet its goal of expanding opportunities for long-term services and supports in the community. It’s expected that loans – for startups, reconfiguration, or expansion — will range from $50,000 to $200,000.DHS’ Office of Long-Term Living (OLTL) will receive loan applications at any time of the year and will process them on a first-come, first-served basis. DCED’s Pennsylvania Economic Development Finance Authority will work with OLTL to process the loans. More information will be supplied in coming months in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.The Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority provides cost-effective financing to businesses by issuing bonds, selling the bonds to private investors, and lending the proceeds to eligible businesses.“The collaborative efforts necessary in order to launch this program is a demonstration of our commitment to Governor Wolf’s government that works initiative for a common goal of creating a better Pennsylvania,” said DCED Secretary Dennis Davin. “DCED is proud to be a part of such an important program.”The loans are intended to support long-term care providers as they position themselves to successfully transition to managed care in Community HealthChoices, Governor Tom Wolf’s plan to improve the quality of care for seniors and individuals living with disabilities through managed long-term services and supports.“The opportunity to best leverage the resources of DHS, DCED, and PDA to launch this program illustrates the Wolf Administration’s commitment to create and sustain a system that allows Pennsylvanians to receive services in the community, preserves consumer choice and actively assists in tapping into the creativity of our provider infrastructure,” said PDA Secretary Teresa Osborne.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Wolf Administration to Provide Loans to Help Older Pennsylvanians and Those with Disabilities to Live Where They Choose
Mr. Jonathan A. Roberts, age 66, of Lamb, Indiana, entered this life on April 20, 1951, in Henry County, Indiana, the son of the late, Jonathan Paul and Alta Mary (Graham) Roberts. He was raised in Henry County, Indiana where he graduated high school and received his associates degree in Tool & Dye from Ivy Tech. Jonathan was united in marriage on December 14, 1985, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Deborah Ann Wells and to this union arrived five sons, Adam, Donald, Kenneth, Keith and Jonathan to bless their home. Jonathan and Deborah shared nearly 32 years of marriage together until his death. He was a former advanced EMT for Shoemaker in Cincinnati, Ohio, for 7 years. Jonathan was also a former fork lift driver and union president for Pri-Pak in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, retiring after 12 years of service. He was a former volunteer fire fighter in Addison, Ohio and a truck driver. He resided in the Cleveland, Tennessee community for 3 years, Cincinnati, Ohio for 3 years, Aurora, Indiana for 10 years, Scottsburg, Indiana for 8 years, Holton, Indiana for 4 years, and lastly in the Lamb, Indiana community for 2 years. He was a member of the Steel Union in Lawrenceburg, Indiana and the Primitive Baptist Church. He enjoyed wood carving, playing the guitar and singing, My Friend, My Pal, My Buddy. Jonathan will be deeply missed by his loving family. Jonathan died at 10:37 pm, Monday, August 28, 2017, at the King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison, Indiana.Jonathan will be dearly missed by his loving wife of nearly 32 years: Deborah Ann (Wells) Roberts of Lamb, IN; his sons: Adam, Donald, Kenneth, Keith and Jonathan; his 15-grandchildren; his 4-great-grandchildren; his sister: Alice Powers of Campbellsburg, KY; his brothers: Sam Roberts and his wife: Roberta of Greentown, IN, Bob Roberts and his wife: Joy of Kokomo, IN and Dan Roberts and his wife: Becky of New Castle, IN and his several nieces and nephews He was preceded in death by his parents: Jonathan Paul and Alta Mary (Graham) Roberts, died May 15, 2010; his brother: Floyd Roberts and his brother-in-law: Ira Powers.Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, September 3, 2017, at 1:00 pm, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Friends may call 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm, Sunday, September 3, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043. Memorial contributions may be made to Jonathan A. Roberts Memorial Fund % Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home. Cards are available at the funeral home.
StumbleUpon Related Articles Share The CherryCasino brand will be launched in the UK after Cherry iGaming’s subsidiary PlayCherry Ltd was granted a local UK licence for gaming operators from the Gambling Commission.The company will initially use the licence for CherryCasino.com as its flagship brand. EuroSlots, a recently-relaunched white-label gaming website, will also be rolled out shortly after. Meanwhile, Sunmaker, an iGaming brand that has always been popular with international players, will be the third one launched into the UK gaming market.This latest announcement comes as part of Cherry iGaming’s strategy to expand into new regulated jurisdictions. The online gambling operator will use its brands to reap benefits from the UK market, known to be among the largest regulated markets in the world.Jonas Wåhlander, CEO at Cherry iGaming, said: “This is an additional step in the evolvement of Cherry iGaming. Through a wide offering we will have a brand for every key customer segment in the UK market, encompassing all types of products to engage with them.“With the current presence and insight we have, combined with ComeOn’s experience, we expect a positive entry into the market and are excited about the potential of this very important market.”The licence covers both casino and sports betting, and means that the company can engage the entire UK market. Cherry iGaming already holds gaming licenses in Malta, Curacao and Schleswig-Holstein. UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service August 20, 2020 Submit Genesis to appeal UKGC’s ‘disproportionate suspension’ July 23, 2020 Share TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020
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