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The HinduDDA draw: There is still hope for 600 on wait listTimes of IndiaUnder the scheme, there is a waiting list of 600 applicants who can get lucky in case of any surrender or cancellation by the 16118 successful allottees. ``There is a waiting list of 600 applicants which was compiled during the draw of lots. ...Applicants drawn to DDA officeHindustan TimesDDA Housing Scheme 2010 draw result list published on DDA websiteEdditorial (blog)DDA housing draw: The wait is overIndian ExpressBusiness Today -Expressindia.comall 93 news articles »
Piedmont Requests Release from City Electrical ServiceMonticello NewsDowntown Development Authority (DDA) Chairman Dave Dammann reported the authority had made its fifth payment on its city loan. He also reported the Thrift Shop had requested to extend its lease by three years and was willing to wait on this until the ...
DDA Housing Scheme 2010 draw on 18 AprilEdditorial (blog)Applicants could check the status of their forms on the DDA site but for couple of days only, those who could not check it during those days are now struggling to confirm their eligibility where as there was list of applicants to be seen in the ...and more »
DDA told to reserve flats for twoTimes of IndiaAppearing for the petitioners, advocate RK Saini argued the names of his clients, who had applied under 2008 DDA housing scheme, had figured in the waiting list. In December 2009, DDA had informed the petitioners that their names figured in the waiting ...and more »
Alcohol tax hurdles barSo Md NewsIn the first year, the tax would provide $5 million to those on a Developmental Disabilities Association waiting list in fiscal 2012. That amount increases to $10 million and $15 million in the following two years, respectively. ...and more »
List of applicants of DDA housing scheme 2010 on its websiteNews Days (blog)... concerned,” DDA spokesperson Neemo Dhar said. The computerized draw will be held in April. The results will be displayed on the DDA website. Allottees will be dispatched intimation letters. A waiting list of 600 candidates will also be prepared.and more »
JESUS É MISERICORDIOSO Irmãos, quanto precisamos de conhecer Jesus Misericordioso! Não nos limitemos a ouvir com curiosidade esta reflexão. Mergulhemo-nos em Jesus Misericordioso Lemos na carta aos Hebreus, 2, 17 Jesus " teve de assemelhar-se em tudo aos seus irmãos, para se tornar um Sumo-sacerdote misericordioso" Todos nós somos pecadores e temos a maior necessidade dum coração amigo que se compadeça das nossas misérias, que compreenda a nossa fraqueza, que nos ajude, nos encha de coragem e não se canse de nos perdoar. É uma das grandes necessidades do homem. Mas onde se encontra esse Coração? O mundo está repleto de dureza e de egoísmos. Os meus melhores amigos muitas vezes faltam e, quando não faltam, nada compreendem da minha miséria. É pois, para Vós que eu me volto, Jesus! Só Vós, sois cheio de compaixão e de misericórdia. Foi a compaixão pelos pobres pecadores. Quando o homem, após a queda original, se revolvia nos abismos do pecado, sem esperança de jamais sair de lá, celebrou-se podemos dizer, entre as Pessoas da Santíssima Trindade um augusto concelho: Dever-se-ia abandonar à sua sorte a pobre humanidade, votando-a sem recurso, com os anjos rebeldes, aos suplícios eternos? Diante desta perspectiva terrível, moveu-se de compaixão o Coração do Verbo de Deus que se ofereceu ao Pai, dizendo: "Eis-me aqui , enviai-me à terra." Eu repararei a falta de Adão com a minha morte restituirei a todos os homens a possibilidade de reconquistarem o Céu. E o Verbo Divino ...
Verdades Eternas - CREIO NA VIDA ETERNA Verdades Eternas Creio na vida eterna Meus Irmãos, tenho a alegria de estar convosco por mais 8 minutos meditando sobre estas grandes verdades. Quantas vezes rezamos na Santa Missa este artigo do CREDO: Creio na Vida Eterna! Quanto é importante este acto de fé! Pois, se não houvesse a Ressurreição, isto é, a Vida Eterna, cairia toda a estrutura da nossa fé, como afirma vigorosamente S. Paulo. Se os Cristãos não estivessem em condições de ligar as palavras "Vida Eterna" a um conteúdo certo, então as promessas do Evangelho eo sentido da Criação e da Redenção esvaiam-se, ea própria vida presente ficaria privada de toda a esperança. Hoje encontramos tanta gente que duvida ou não quer pensar no destino que os esperam para além da morte. Receiam ter de dar uma resposta: "EXISTIRÁ ALGUMA COISA PARA ALÉM DA MORTE?" "SUBSISTIRÁ ALGUMA COISA DE NÓS MESMOS, DEPOIS DA MORTE?" "NÃO SERÁ PORVENTURA O NADA QUE NOS ESPERA?" A Sagrada Congregação para a doutrina da fé, que tem a responsabilidade de promover e de defender a fé, na carta de Maio de 1979, portanto, depois do Concilio Vaticano II enviada a todos os Bispos do mundo por ordem do Papa João Paulo II, recorda aquilo que a Igreja ensina, em nome de Cristo, especialmente quanto ao que sobrevem entre a morte do cristão ea ressurreição universal. Eis o que diz a carta: A Igreja crê (no Símbolo dos Apóstolos) na ressurreição dos mortos. A Igreja entende esta ressurreição referida ao homem todo ...
Nancy Kaplan interviews Carolyn Grawi, Director of Advocacy and Education of the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living. Whether its ramps, cut-a-way curbs, signage, more evening bus routes CIL contributes to making our community more livable for all.
Jason is one of over 19000 people with developmental disabilities and their families stuck on the DDA Waiting List for Community Services, this is his story.
Thousands of people with disabilities are on the DDA Waiting List for services. This is Nathaniel's Story.
Brent has many hopes and aspirations for a full, productive life as do most young adults. As he enters adulthood, he doesn't see his cerebral palsy stopping him. However, without support from the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration he, like 18000 others with developmental disabiliites, is stuck on a waiting list....for many years to come. He won't reach is full potential for an independent life and eventually his mother won't be able to meet his needs. Something has to be done to shorten the wait and reduce the DDA waiting list. Visit www.EndTheWaitNow.com for more information.
Robby lives in Howard County Maryland with his family. In this video, Robby's mother talks about the typical, inclusive life she envisions for her son with disabilities - just like her son who doesn't have disabilities: living independently,a home & employment of his choosing, and inclusion in typical society. To make this happen, they need support form the state. However, Robby is on a DDA Waiting List for community services and there are over 17000other people with developmental disabilities waiting. End the wait now! Go to: EndTheWaitNow.com for more information.
Bridget's father talks about the importance of people with significant developmental disabilities, like his daughter, receiving the love and care they need. As he gets older, Bridget's father is less able to meet her care needs & they need help from the state. There are well over 17000 people with developmental disabilities on Maryland's DDA waiting list for community services- Bridget and her family are among them....waiting for the Governor and state legislature to make them a priority. Go to: EndTheWaitNow.com for more information and to get involved.
Gabby has cerebral palsy and her family spends $175 a week on therapies. They have waited for four years for help from the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Administration. Their wait continues... and they are one family among over 17000 in Maryland waiting for support. Their wait must end! Urge Governor O'Malley to END THE WAIT by funding the DDA Waiting List.
This video is Angie's story. Angie lives in Maryland and has a developmental disability. Her mother provides daily assistance and worries about who will support Angie when she is no longer able to. Angie is one of over 17000 people with developmental disabilities in Maryland who need help but are stuck on a state Waiting List. Their wait must end!