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Roseburg resident Gloria in her gait trainer.

Q&A: Gloria’s story

Thousands of Oregonians with intellectual or developmental disabilities rely on in-home care services in order to live in the community.  To bring to life what these services mean for Oregonians across the state, we’re sharing people’s stories.  Les Rogers, a father who lives in Roseburg, shares his daughter Gloria’s story.  Gloria is three and a half.… Continue Reading Q&A: Gloria’s story

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Q&A: Amanda’s story

Cora Uhrig’s family has been helped by Medicaid. Their daughter Amanda’s medication and health coverage is possible because of this program.  Where do you live? We live in Aloha. Can you tell us a little about Amanda? Amanda is well known in our little town of Aloha. If I go to the store, post office,… Continue Reading Q&A: Amanda’s story

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Q&A: Brooke’s story

Portland resident Kerstin Maroney joins with other families from across the state in asking Congress not to cut Medicaid. She shares her family’s story here.  Where do you live? We live in Multnomah Village. Our daughter Brooke lives in a basement apartment attached to our family’s home. She requires assistance with all of her daily… Continue Reading Q&A: Brooke’s story