Vermont Homecare United/AFSCME at Disability Awareness Day 2013

Vermont Homecare United/AFSCME joined with partners in the Put People First Campaign and Vermont Coalition of Disability Rights for the Disability Awareness Day 2013 (March 28) at the Vermont State House. Top, left is Max Barrows, Outreach Coordinator at Green Mountain Self-Advocates with homecare worker Louise Beaudoin from St. Albans. Top, right is homecare worker Patrick Willis from Montpelier in the center, with organizer Khalilah Karim to the left and homecare worker Louise Beaudoin on their way to the capitol building in Montpelier. Below is the whole group at the capitol for the keynote address, Moving Beyond the Barriers People with Disabilities Still Face 20 years after the Closing of Brandon Training School.

Vermont Homecare United/AFSCME at Disability Awareness Day 2013

AFSCME is working with Vermont caregivers to ensure that homecare services are adequately funded and that personal care attendants are paid for the hours they work. Follow us Facebook Twiter RSS