Troy, NY — Senator Roy McDonald will hold a public meeting with officials from state and local organizations that provide services to individuals with disabilities and their families. McDonald was approached by the different groups to host a meeting where they can discuss the future of services for people with disabilities. The meeting will take place Thursday, December 2 at the Hudson Valley Community College in the Bulmer Telecommunications Room at 1:30 p.m.
Organizations who will have representation at the meeting include; the New York State Rehabilitation Association, New York ARC, NY United Cerebral Palsy, Saratoga Bridges, Rensselaer County ARC, the Alternative Living Group, Catholic Charities, Wildwood Programs, and more.
“It’s an honor to be approached by these organizations who provide valuable services to thousands of individuals and their families in the greater Capital Region area,” said McDonald. “They asked for a meeting to discuss the services they will be able to provide in the future, especially considering the difficult economic situation the State is in.”
Member of the media and the general public are encouraged to attend the meeting.