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Jeffrey Keilson Chosen by AG for Disability Rights Advisory Committee

 
Jeffrey Keilson

Jeffrey Keilson, co-founder and vice president of Rewarding Work Resources and senior vice president of strategic planning at Advocates, has been chosen by Attorney General Maura Healey to serve on her Disability Rights Advisory Committee. The Committee, comprised of advocates and experts on disability rights, will consult with and advise AG Healy on matters pertaining to inclusion, access, and equality.

Keilson, a long-time supporter of self-determination for older persons and people with disabilities, focuses on empowering people to advocate for themselves and encourage person-centered planning.  He also works with individuals and their families in supporting their efforts for greater self-determination.

We have made great progress in achieving rights for people with disabilities," says Keilson, "But we still have a long way to go. I am excited to be working with Attorney General Healey and this excellent committee to help make Massachusetts fully inclusive and accessible for residents of all abilities".

Rewarding Work, a nonprofit organization which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, is the first web-based matching service registry specifically designed for people with disabilities and elders to find and hire their own home-based support workers. This is a free service for MassHealth PCA (personal care assistant) users. More than 6,000 MassHealth consumers have registered to find and hire qualified workers.

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