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TEMPUS NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
MassHealth is pleased to announce that the My Ombudsman program has expanded to serve members who receive their care via Fee For Service (FFS).
JOIN US FOR OUR 23RD ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC
When: Thursday, May 26, 2022
Where: Pinehills Golf Club, Plymouth MA.
The Consumer Advisory Board (CAB) is a forum where Consumers, providers, caregivers, family members…
The PCA wage increase related to the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is being extended through June 30, 2022.
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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): PCAs can request personal protective equipment, such as masks and gloves, through the PCA union (1199SEIU)
Tempus Unlimited and their loved ones have great stories to share with everyone.
“Gretchen started working at Cream on May 22, and will be working on Wednesdays for 3 hours until the school year is over. A job coach from her Community Based Vocations Program (CBV) at North River Collaborative goes to Cream with Gretchen. After school ends, we will work with the owners at Cream to determine what her weekly schedule will look like. We anticipate that she will work one or two shifts a week and most likely will not need a job coach. Cream has agreed to employ Gretchen and she receives her first paycheck this weekend.
A year ago, I put in a request at MRC for vocation services to help Gretchen. I cannot believe how far we have come in a year. With the Pre-ets classroom program and internship at South Shore Pottery coupled with the vocation program she attends at North River Collaborative and their internship for her at Old Navy, Gretchen has learned many important skills and has been able to apply them quickly in her three work opportunities. We have an amazing team that supports Gretchen and our family. We are thankful for MRC and Tempus and all that they have done for Gretchen and us.”
“I would just like to say what a program Tempus Unlimited is! I have never met a more caring bunch of individuals in one place in my life!
Everyone who we have met or spoken to whether it be via text or email… have always been so kind and patient with us.
Taking care of Deidra is one of the greatest joys in my life… but at times can be overwhelming.
The people at Tempus have helped me to be a better, more focused caregiver.
My case workers have always been caring and welcoming…keeping me up to date on trainings.
My visiting nurse comes in and take Deidra’s vitals….has always been able to answer my questions …and has even helped contact Physicians on medication issues etc.
We just wanted to thank you all!!”
-Debbie and Deidra
College Scholarship Program
“I wanted share how much my son being awarded the scholarship meant. It was really so unexpected and when my son opened it he faltered, “….mom? ……………Mom?……” and this rare smile of a disbelieving, delighted pride spread across his face. I burst into tears, and he actually let me hug him.
My son gets so little positive feedback from not managing the things that come so easily to other kids, and he did not merit any of the scholarships available through the high school’s application system. It is so wonderful that Tempus chooses to support kids like my son with not only the dedication of people like his employment counselor, but with tangible financial support that encourages them to keep trying, to keep working hard and aiming toward higher goals. And from a parent’s perspective, we sink so much of our resources into our special needs kids that this scholarship is truly a gift of help.”
-Parent of a 2020 College Scholarship Recipient
Tempus Unlimited exists to provide a continuum of community based services that support the efforts of children and adults with disabilities to live as independently as possible in the least restrictive environment.
Through personal involvement, individual decision-making is supported and encouraged to enhance the control of a person over their own lives and foster self-sufficiency.
The agency through its programs and services encourages the inclusion of people with disabilities into the mainstream of society including social, recreational, family and work activities.