Nova Scotians with Disabilities to Receive Better Support
The province is helping Nova Scotians with disabilities get better, more stable support with staffing improvements for adult vocational and employment programs.
Community Services Minister Denise Peterson-Rafuse announced today, Aug. 27, more support to provide relief staff when any of the 400 regular staff members in the 29 agencies are sick or need to be away from work. The support, which begins Jan. 1, will cost an estimated $900,000 annually.
The ARK’s Kenny Mosher shows his work to Community Services Minister Denise Peterson-Rafuse.
The ARK’s Linda Dagley chats with Community Services Minister Denise Peterson-Rafuse
Photos: Peter Barss