Health & Fitness for All Class on Monday
The class made french toast after learning about different vitamins, their benefits, and my plate.
We have been utilizing the walking trails to improve our fitness levels. Every individual completed the entire walk this week. The Arc is so proud of their accomplishments.
Also, be sure to check out our videos below from our time at the YMCA with our Health & Fitness For All class. Stay up to date by checking out our Facebook page!
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently issued a notice regarding the treatment of funds in or distributed from ABLE accounts in HUD-assisted programs. The ABLE Act allows states to create tax-advantaged ABLE savings account programs for qualified people with disabilities; these ABLE accounts allow beneficiaries to save funds for qualified disability expenses while the funds in the account and distributions are not counted for purposes of eligibility for means-tested programs.
The HUD notice provides guidance about the exclusion of ABLE accounts from the calculation of income and assets, as required under the ABLE Act. Consistent with Internal Revenue Service and Social Security Administration policy, the HUD notice clarifies that, among other things, for the purpose of determining eligibility and continued occupancy for a list of key HUD programs, HUD will disregard amounts in the individual’s ABLE account and distributions from the account. The notice is a welcome development and the information should be helpful in addressing questions about the treatment of ABLE account funds.
Clarification on Amended 1915 (c) HCBS Waiver Application