About UsMOHR in the News

More than ever, the MOHR organization and its members are appearing in news media across Minnesota. 

Here are some examples:

 

Jeremy Miller receives award for work on disability issues


Tri-County News- Cottonwood: Jackson County DAC day program serving people with disabilities faces 7 percent cut, putting services at risk, further strain in challenging financial times (pdf)


Variety of programs win first MOHR awards (pdf)


Stillwater Gazette: ESR Inc. to face funding cut (pdf)


Chippewa Enterprises receives Life Enrichment Award

KDMA Radio: Chippewa Enterprises Award


Mankato Free Press - story begins bottom of page 1 (pdf)


 

Falls DAC faces 7% cut (pdf)


Unique Theater Program Wins Award


 

Rock County Opportunities at risk of funding cuts (pdf)


Funding for disabled services is threatened


Wadena County DAC program faces 7 percent cut


Minnesota Organization for Habilitation and Rehabilitation facing seven percent funding cut (pdf)



Polk County Developmental Achievement Center honored by state organization

Polk County DAC stressing potential 7% budget reduction


Question of funds;Funding cut could have direct effect on Cedar Valley Services


 

Celebrating 65 years and seeking stability for another 65 years | column appeared in eight additional Sun newspapers and Maple Grove/Osseo and Champlin/Dayton Press


DACs facing critical funding shortage (pdf)


Letter: Say no to cuts to disability funding


Cuts threaten local centers for disabled workers | (pdf)


ESR Inc. to face funding cut


SEI Facing possible cut in funding


Access Press

Agenda for people with disabilities should respect their choices - by Heidi Smith, John Wayne Barker and Michael Kraines (pdf)

Day training and habilitation programs are invaluable resources for Millie, her family - by Sue Cell

 


 St. Cloud Times

Recognize those offering opportunities to individuals with disabilitiesby Mike Burke, MOHR President

This letter appeared in at least 31 additional newspapers around Minnesota


 Brainerd Dispatch

Local Cub Foods recognized for employment practices


Lakeshore Weekly News

General Mills recognized (by MOHR)


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LISTEN: KROX interviews Megan Wark,MOHR DSP Award winner


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Darcy Meagher of FunctionalIndustries honored (pdf)

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ERDAC provides valuable jobs, services

Local service provides job training opportunities to disabled adults

What do you see? The disability, or the person?


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 Gonnella wins 'Tip of the Spear' Award


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MOHR Prez: Disability cause grows, so we must keep on going

MOHR honors outstanding direct support professionals


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MOHR 'Tip of the Spear' Award winner featured in south metro newspapers


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Polk County DAC stressing potential 7% budget reduction

Polk County DAC employee winner of EmploymentService Job Coach award

 


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Partnership Resources Employee wins statewide award


Productive Alternatives advocating for staff wages


State rep visits Hope DAC in Tyler (pdf)


Staff shortage of service providersworking for people with disabilities


DACs ask Minnesota lawmakers for wage increase


 Rock County Star Herald

Putting a value on human care (pdf)

Schear thanks Schomacker for RCO Help (pdf)

RCO director joins rally for disability service funds (pdf)


Readers' view: Direct support professionals deserve better pay


Area disability service companies struggling to find workers

Appeared in Apple Valley, Burnsville/Eagan and Lakeville


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Staffing Shortage of Providers for People with Disabilities Causes Issues for Families in Southeast Minnesota KAAL TV - Rochester/Austin/Albert Lea


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'In a fight for our lives' Rochester Post Bulletin

Editorial: Direct care workers should get a raise

Rochester news conference


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Staff who work with disabled seeking pay increase

Appeared in Blaine/Spring Park Life, Sun Focus- Mounds View/New Brighton, Anoka


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Productive Alternatives raises starting wages, counts on an increase in legislative funding - Fergus Falls


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DACs ask MN lawmakers for wage increase


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Direct care industry facing hiring crunch locally, statewide


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CHOICE, Inc. leader letter in Eden Prairie News


Staff turnover increases at job site for disabled (pdf)

Also in Vadnais Heights Press


Potential cuts worry disability organizations

Rep. Considine pushes for 10 percent caregiver pay increase

 

SEI seeking funding increase from state legislature


Echo Journal

Group homes depend on cost-of-living increase


Letter: Raise pay rates for direct support staff (pdf)


 

 

Letter: Support direct care staff in area


 

Letter: DSP workforce shortage ‘public health crisis’

Low wages hampering caregiving, officials say


Hibbing Daily Tribune

DISCUSSIONS UNDERWAY TO RAISE PAY RATES FOR DIRECT CARE WORKERS


 

The Full story: County DAC seeks vital support


Two Harbors: Lake County DAC faces hiring shortage


Ortonville: Direct care hiring crisis for people with disabilities


 

Direct Support Professionals hiring crisis, radio interviewwith Jo Bittner, Polk County DAC


Discussions underway to raise pay rates for direct care workers


Ending Commensurate Wage Policy Would be a Mistake


 

She asks, how long can the cycle continue?

Rotunda rings with calls for change, but is it enough?

Excessive regulations compound the state's care crisis, op-ed by Michael Kraines

Choices, integration are working for many, but are threatened,letter by parent S. Kenney

Direct support providers work with honor, need a raise,column by Norm Munk


Alexandria Echo Press

Plan to mainstream disabled workers causes worry

Advocates for the disabled voice frustrations

Most jobs for those with disabilities come through nonprofit providers


Legislators Hear Concerns Over Developmental Disabilities Workforce

MOHR President hopeful 5 Percent campaign moves through House

Human Services Commission pays visit to Alexandria


CBS Minnesota

Rally Held For Attendants Who Help People With Disabilities


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Addressing the 7 percent cut and the impact on disability services in Minnesota - Steve Skauge, Productive Alternatives


 MinnPost

Hiring crisis: While economy grows, wages for social service professionals aren't keeping up


New Ulm Journal

Stop the 7 percent cut, writes Karen Omori, Executive Director of Enterprise North, Inc.


Worthington Daily Globe

Cuts could threaten developmental disabilities providers


Chaska Herald

Letter: Impact of cut will be severe


Sun Current

Legislature needs to act for HCBS workfoce shortage


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Bruce Remme with ABC in Rochester on FM 97.5 radio