Health Care Access Project

The Health Care Access Project advocates for two groups of children: medically fragile children (children on life support) and developmentally delayed children (mainly cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability). The goal of the project is to provide these two groups of children with the services they are legally entitled to so that they can remain integrated in their communities.

Project News & Events

Medicaid expansion can help build storm resilient communities
Tallahassee Democrat | December 28, 2018

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Students Madeline Brezin and Edward Brower with project clients. 

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Student Madeline Brezin with PILC partners/attorneys Ed

Grunwald (L) and Matthew Dietz (C). Dietz argued a case

at the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 

where he upheld the rights of 3,000 medically complex

children in, or at risk of being placed in, nursing homes.


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