Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: New Freedom Initiative
The New Freedom Initiative
Award ceremony is a great opportunity to recognize the employers, organizations and individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to equal access and opportunity for Americans with disabilities," she noted.
President Bush expanded the New Freedom Initiative
through Executive Order 13217 on June 18, 2001.
The grants, awarded in 37 states and 1 territory, are a key part of President Bush's New Freedom Initiative
designed to remove barriers to equality for the 54 million Americans who have disabilities.
gov is part of President Bush's New Freedom Initiative
, which seeks to expand learning opportunities, access to technology, and employment opportunities for Americans with disabilities.
It is called The New Freedom Initiative
, and its goal is to prepare and to help Americans with disabilities realize their potential and to achieve their dreams.
creating a New Freedom Initiative
to assist Americans with disabilities funded at $314 million;
In 2008 Safeway Chairman, President and CEO Steve Burd received the New Freedom Initiative
Award for outstanding efforts to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
NCD's FY 2006 activities promoted the full participation of people with disabilities in all areas of society by increasing access to assistive and universally designed technologies, expanding educational and employment opportunities, and promoting increased access into daily community life-the core of your New Freedom Initiative
And in October CVS received the New Freedom Initiative
award from the Labor Department for its efforts in recruiting, employing and promoting people with disabilities.
In June 2001, President Bush established "Community-Based Alternatives for Individuals with Disabilities" as part of his administration's New Freedom Initiative
The President's New Freedom Initiative
builds on our partnership to assure Medicaid-eligible individuals with disabilities are served in the most appropriate setting according to their own needs and preferences," said Secretary Thompson in a letter to the governors.