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February 3, 2022
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Governor Wolf to Give Final Budget Address

Governor Wolf is scheduled to give his last budget address as Governor on Tuesday, February 8th at 11:00 AM. You can watch the address via live stream at HERE 



Rollout of Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests

Residential households in the U.S. can order one set of 4 free at-home tests from USPS.com. Here’s what you need to know about your order:

  • Limit of one order per residential address 
  • One order includes 4 individual rapid antigen COVID-19 tests
  • Orders will ship free starting in late January


To order tests online, click HERE. 


A Caring Crisis: Advocates Argue Proposed Pa. Wage Rate for Direct Support Professionals is Too Low

"For years — and even decades for some advocates — those in the industry of caring for adults with intellectual disabilities have fought for better recognition and better pay to help them provide better services."

Read full article here


OCDEL Receives Recognition For Equitable, Data-Driven Investing In Quality Early Learning Programs

The Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL), a collaborative effort between the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS), was included in Pennsylvania’s Honor Roll designation by the Results for America’s Invest in What Works State Standard of Excellence. The recognition highlighted OCDEL’s Keystone STARS use of equitable and data-based investments in early education.

Read more.


PaTTAN - Call for Proposals for the 2022 PA Community of Practice Transition Conference

The 2022 PA Community of Practice Conference planning team is requesting proposals to present at the 2022 PA Community of Practice Transition Conference on August 10-11, 2022

This year's theme, Mission Possible: Transitioning into the Future, provides us the opportunity to come together as a community to discuss effective practices as we prepare our youth and those supporting them to be change agents for the future. The conference committee is requesting proposals from interested persons who are able to connect their topic to one or more of the 9 Quality Indicators of Transition Discoveries. All presenters are expected to present in-person at the Penn Stater and offer sessions that will engage virtual and in-person audience members.

General Guidelines for Submission

Proposals must be submitted via online application at https://fs25.formsite.com/3fHiZQ/3hr0lmi8au/index.html

All proposals must support post-school outcomes and align with a conference strand

Submission Deadline – February 28, 2022

Required Information for Session Proposals

 
Title of Presentation (100 characters or less)
Narrative Description of Session (300-500 words)
Session Abstract (50 words or less)
Alignment with Conference Strand
Name, Email, Employer, Title/Role of Presenters

Completed proposals must be submitted by 5:00 PM on Monday, February 28, 2022.

For questions regarding the conference and/or proposal submission, please contact Kim Cole, kcole@pattan.net.


House and Senate Announce Appropriation Hearing Dates 

The PA House and Senate Appropriation Committees have announced their schedule of appropriation hearings for the different departments. They will be held in person and available to watch via livestream. 

House of Representatives
-    Dept. of Labor & Industry: March 2nd at 1 pm
-    Dept. of Health: March 3rd at 10 am 
-    Dept. of Ed: March 7th at 10 am
-    Dept. of Human Services: March 9th at 10 am 

Senate
-    Dept. of Human Services: March 8th at 10 am
-    Dept. of Health: March 9th at 10 am
-    Dept. of Education: March 10th at 10 am
-    Dept. of Labor & Industry: March 15th at 10 am



ODP Training Needs Survey


To better support professionals assisting individuals on the autism spectrum and their families, the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP), and the Autism Services, Education, Resources and Training Collaborative (ASERT) want to learn more about the training needs of professionals related to the implementation of Positive Behavioral Supports.


Read full article

 

Applications Being Accepted for Pennsylvania’s Equity in Early Childhood Education Champion Awards
Application deadline: February 7, 2022


The Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) has announced applications are now being accepted for the Pennsylvania's Equity in Early Childhood Education Champion Awards. The awards bring awareness to and highlight the equity work being done within Pennsylvania’s early childhood education and afterschool settings, and by child care, evidence-based home visiting and early intervention professionals, as it aligns with the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) Equity and Inclusion Toolkit, and with the position statement of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Advancing Equity in Early Childhood Education Position Statement.
 
Pennsylvania invites nominations of individual or programs that have demonstrated support to children and their families through: embracing diversity and full inclusion as strengths, upholding fundamental principles of fairness and justice, and/or working to eliminate structural inequities that limit equitable learning opportunities.
 
The following are categories of eligible entities. All must be physically located and operating within Pennsylvania, and providing services to Pennsylvania’s children.

  • Individuals: Individuals, employed at a Pennsylvania certified/licensed child care, afterschool, Early Intervention, or an OCDEL funded Family Support program. Individuals must be employed at the eligible program at the time of submission.
  • Early Childhood Education/Child Care and Afterschool: Programs must be certified/licensed by Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS), and in good standing with DHS at time of submission. In addition, a Federal Head Start/Early Head Start grantee that operates a program that is certified/licensed by DHS may submit a nomination for the DHS certified/licensed program. Nomination categories include:
    • Child Care Center
    • Group Child Care Home
    • Family Child Care Home
    • Afterschool Program
  • Early Intervention: Programs providing Early Intervention services and supports are eligible to submit a nomination as it relates to early intervention services and equity.
  • OCDEL funded Family Support programs

 
Submissions can be an application (apply on your own or a program/organization’s behalf), or nomination (submit another individual or program/organization) to be acknowledged for their work around equity in the early childhood education or afterschool setting. Self-applications are accepted.
 
Applications/nominations and any supporting documentation will be submitted via electronic online submission process only. Applications may be submitted in English or in Spanish. All applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm, Feb, 7, 2022.
 
Visit the Pennsylvania Key website for more information.


Request for Applications: Family Support Programs
Application deadline: March 11, 2022

The Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL), Bureau of Early Intervention Services and Family Supports, is seeking to award funds to qualified Applicants for the implementation or continuation of Family Support Programs, which consist of community-based, high-quality Evidence-Based Home Visiting (EBHV) services, as well as three categories of enhancements to these services: Evidence-Informed Programs, EBHV Model Enhancements, and Program Enhancements. 
 
Family Support Programs help families access a broad array of supports and services, including formal supports (such as EBHV and parenting classes), informal supports (such as providing resources and connecting families to services in the communities), and a community system of services that promote the well-being of families and their children. Such services can take many different forms depending on the strengths and needs of the family, but their overarching goal is to help parents or caregivers enhance skills and resolve problems to promote optimal child development.
 
For this Request for Applications, applicants must apply to implement at least one EBHV Model, and may apply to implement one or more Enhancements.
 
Although applications must be received no later than March 11, 2022, there are other dates to be aware of:

  • Feb. 8, 2022: Answers to potential applicant questions posted 

 
Visit the eMarketplace website for additional information. 


Options for Pediatric First Aid and Pediatric CPR Training
 
The Announcement C-22-01 Pediatric First Aid and Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training Requirements and Access to Free Training through Early Childhood Education Professional Development Organizations (ECE PDOs) from the Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning, Bureau of Early Learning Policy and Professional Development and Bureau of Certification clarifies the updated guidance on the federal requirements for Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG), health and safety training requirements that all child care providers must complete pediatric first aid and pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training. It also clarifies that pediatric first aid and pediatric CPR training must be completed before child care staff can care for children unsupervised, as well as inform child care providers about the Early Childhood Education Professional Development Organizations (ECE PDOs) role for providing access to free, Pennsylvania Quality Assurance System (PQAS) approved, Pediatric First Aid and Pediatric CPR training.
 
Curriculum will continue to be reviewed for approval by the Pennsylvania Key and if others are approved, an updated listing will be provided. See the list of the currently approved Pediatric First Aid and Pediatric CPR providers and curriculums. Those who would like to become PQAS approved for Pediatric CPR/First Aid can click here for requirements and instructions.




Disability in the News


OSERS Releases 2021 Annual Report to Congress on IDEA

The report focuses on children with disabilities being served under IDEA, Part B and Part C, nationally and at the state level.

Access the report here
 

CDC Director Apologizes To Disability Advocates For ‘Hurtful’ Comments

"Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky apologized to disability advocates after calling it “encouraging” that most vaccinated individuals who have died from COVID-19 “were unwell to begin with,” but they say the CDC needs to do more."

Read full article here


Amazon Debuts Show Starring Actors With Autism

"The creator of television’s “Parenthood” is back with a new show about a group of 20-somethings with autism all of whom are played by actors who are on the spectrum themselves."

Read full article here


Books Honored For Disability Storylines

"New children’s books about kids with autism, visual impairment and other disabilities are being recognized alongside top honors like the Newbery and Caldecott Medals."

Read full article here


Education Secretary Calls For Increased Funding For IDEA

"U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona is pushing for more funding to meet the needs of students with disabilities and to support special education teachers."

Read full article here



Disparities in Dental Care Facing Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

"There is a divide in access to proper dental care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Many general dentists are not trained to properly handle situations that may arise when treating the population, while caregivers for those with IDD are in a constant search for providers equipped to address the disparities."

Read full article here

Age-related Medical Conditions Going Unrecognized, Untreated in People with IDD

"The population of the United States is getting older quickly. By 2050, it's projected that approximately 90 million adults will be over age 65.(1) By 2030, it's anticipated that one in five Americans will be 65 years old or older.(1) These estimates include a large number of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). "

Read full article here

Schools Use Off-Book Suspensions To Push Out Students In Special Ed, Report Finds

"Hundreds of students with disabilities across the country, if not more, are illegally being kept out of school without access to special education services due to their behaviors, advocates say."

Read full article here
Legislative Updates from Katie Yost 

 

  • House Bill 726, which would create a pilot program to start a disability inclusive curriculum, is scheduled for a House Education Informational Hearing on Thursday, February 10, 2022. You can watch the hearing via live stream HERE
 
  • Representative Dan Miller and Representative Melissa Shusterman have introduced House Bill 2180, which would require school districts to report the participation rate for students with disabilities in their extracurricular activities starting in grade 6. This would not require any personal information of the students be collected. The bill has been referred to the House Education Committee. 
 
  • Representative Dan Miller has introduced House Bill 2182, which will codify the right of people with disabilities in our Commonwealth to accessible digital content on all state and local government websites. The bill has been referred to the House State Government Committee. 
 "Learn More"

 

Trainings/Workshops


PA Family Network's SIBLING Good Life Group Webinar
February 7, 2022 at 6:30 PM


This group of adult siblings will have the opportunity guide the group's direction,
network with other siblings, talk about your lived experience, hear from experts on
topics relevant to sibling life, have open and informative discussions, and plan for a
future that holds true potential for you and your family.

To Join the Zoom Meeting, click HERE

Meeting ID: 810 8412 7996 Passcode: 801075
One tap mobile: +16465588656,,81084127996#,,,,*801075# US (New York)
+13017158592,,81084127996#,,,,*801075# US (Washington DC)
Dial by your location:
+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)


Advancing Competitive Integrated Employment through Managed Long-Term Services & Supports & Value-Based Payment Methodologies - Webinar
February 8, 2022 from 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM


Join the DETAC for a webinar focused on the use and benefits of value, performance, and outcome-based payment methodologies to advance competitive integrated employment (CIE) within managed long-term services and supports (MLTSS) programs.

Register Here



PA Family Network's Safety in the Community - Webinar
February 8, 2022 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Join PA Family Network Advisors as we plan and problem solve for the safety of your loved one with intellectual disabilities and/or autism by:
  • sharing practical skills and strategies for safety at home, work, and in the community;
  • dentifying possible ways to apply LifeCourse Framework and Tools in useful, flexible, and simple ways;
  • supporting each other by discussing steps toward a vision for remaining safe within our community while living a meaningful and good life.
Family Members attending the workshop will be welcome to attend a 30 minute family-only networking opportunity after the presentation.

To Join the Zoom Meeting, click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago) +16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 


PA Family Network's Advanced Waiver Workshop for Siblings Part 1 - Webinar
February 9, 2022 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Siblings of those with intellectual disabilities and/or autism are invited to join the PA Family Network in this 2-part workshop which will expand in more detail what was presented in the Waiver Basics (101) Workshops and how waivers can support your loved one. 

Learn about:
  • Expand upon Service Definitions discussed in Waiver Basics (101 Part 2)
  • Learn more about the various services defined under waivers and some of their limits, requirements and options
To Join the Zoom Meeting, click HERE. 

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago) +16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

Dual Diagnosis Professional Conference Series: Expressive Therapies – Music and Art
February 10, 2022 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Jointly hosted by the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) and the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) the Dual Diagnosis Professional Conference Series offers presentations focused on supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism (ID/A) and mental health needs. The selected presenters share their expertise on best and promising practices as well as to provide general knowledge. Session topics, which focus on increasing capacity to serve individuals with dual diagnosis in the community, are chosen based on identified needs and with input from the field of professional stakeholders.

Register Here



Pa Family Network's Advanced Waiver Workshop for Siblings Part 2 - Webinar
February 10, 2022 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Siblings of those with intellectual disabilities and/or autism are invited to join the PA Family Network in this 2-part workshop which will expand in more detail what was presented in the Waiver Basics (101) Workshops and how waivers can support your loved one. 

Learn more about: 
  • Guide participants on researching waivers, utilizing resources and understanding your rights and responsibilities
  • Discussion of the various waiver document Appendices, Due Process, Fair Hearing and More
To Join the Zoom Meeting, click HERE. 

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile: +13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago) +16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 


PA Family Network's L.E.A.D. the Way to Healthy Relationships
February 15, 2022 at 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join PA Family Network Advisors as we plan and problem solve for your loved one with intellectual disabilities and/or autism to have successful relationships by:
  •  identifying possible ways to apply LifeCourse Framework and Tools in useful, flexible, and simple ways;
  • discussing strategies on how to define a friend and establish appropriate boundaries in relationships;
  • introducing consent and sharing steps to help mitigate their risk of being taken advantage of;
  • suggesting information to
To Join Zoom, click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

PA Family Network's Family Forum - Webinar
February 16, 2022 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM


Join the PA Family Network Advisors, families and individuals with disabilities for our Family Forums to:
  • discuss areas of life where supports might be needed;
  • network with other families and ask questions;
  • get latest updates from the Office of Developmental Programs.
Guest Speakers may be invited and topics will be announced on the Facebook page and through emails prior to the Forum.

To Join Zoom, click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

PA ABLE Informational Webinar - For EMPLOYERS & HR Professionals
February 17, 2022 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

A PA ABLE Savings Program account gives individuals with qualified disabilities (Eligible Individuals), and their families and friends a tax-free way to save for a wide range of disability-related expenses while maintaining government benefits. The state and federal tax-free investment options are offered to encourage Eligible Individuals and their families to save private funds to support health, independence, and quality of life.

Employers and HR professionals can participate in an overview webinar about the PA ABLE program, learning:
•   What PA ABLE is
•   Who is eligible
•   How employees use accounts
•   How to set up payroll deduction

Offer PA ABLE Savings Program to Your Employees For FREE:

Register Here



PA  Family Network's Planeando a Largo Plazo 
Febrero 21, 2022 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Los miembros de la familia que asistan al taller podrán asistir a una oportunidad de establecer contactos solo para la familia después de la presentación
  • Únase a la Red de Familias de PA en este taller para planificar y resolver problemas , cuando no podemos apoyar a nuestro ser querido con discapacidades intelectuales y/o Autismo.
  • Conéctese y establezca contactos con otras familias.
  • Obtenga información y estrategias sobre el manejo de la planificación a largo plazo*.
  • Discuta y reciba orientación sobre cómo identificar y compartir lo que es más importante para nuestros seres queridos para vivir una vida significativa y buena.
*No podemos ofrecer asesoramiento legal o financiero 

Click para unirte a la junta de Zoom (este enlace es mismo para todos los talleres):
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82905633941?pwd=QnBWZTVPcHhyTjdkUFVYaE8reTlvZz09 

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)

 

PA Family Network's Waiver Basics (101) Workshops Part 1 - Webinar
February 22, 2022 at 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Join the PA Family Network in this 2-part workshop to learn how waivers can support your loved one. Target Audience: Families with individuals just entering the system.

Learn more about: 
  • Address the importance of having a vision of your loved one’s needs to live a good life
  • Basic information of how to register, apply and access waiver services
To Join Zoom, click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 


PA Family Network's Waiver Basics (101) Workshop Part 2 - Webinar
February 22, 2022 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM


The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Join the PA Family Network in this 2-part workshop to learn how waivers can support your loved one. Target Audience: Families with individuals just entering the system.

Learn more about: 
  • Individual Services Plan (ISP) Basics
  • Overview of waiver services
To Join Zoom, click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

PA Family Network's Advanced Waiver Workshop Part 1 - Webinar
February 24, 2022 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Join the PA Family Network Advisors in this 2-part workshop which will expand in more detail what was presented in the Waiver Basics (101) Workshops and how waivers can support your loved one. 

Learn more about: 

  • Expand upon Service Definitions discussed in Waiver Basics (101 Part 2)
  • Learn more about the various services defined under waivers and some of their limits, requirements and options
To Join Zoom, Click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

PA Family Network's Advanced Waiver Workshop Part 2 - Webinar
February 24, 2022 from 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM


The Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) provides services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or autism through the Person/Family Directed Supports, Community Living and Consolidated Waivers. Join the PA Family Network Advisors in this 2-part workshop which will expand in more detail what was presented in the Waiver Basics (101) Workshops and how waivers can support your loved one. 

Learn more about: 
  • Guide participants on researching waivers, utilizing resources and understanding your rights and responsibilities
  • Discussion of the various waiver document Appendices, Due Process, Fair Hearing and More
To Join Zoom, Click HERE

Meeting ID: 829 0563 3941
Passcode: 637984
One tap mobile:
+13126266799,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,82905633941#,,,,*637984# US (New York)
 

PA ABLE Informational Webinar
March 1, 2022 from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 

A PA ABLE Savings Program account gives individuals with qualified disabilities (Eligible Individuals), and their families and friends a tax-free way to save for a wide range of disability-related expenses while maintaining government benefits. The state and federal tax-free investment options are offered to encourage Eligible Individuals and their families to save private funds to support health, independence, and quality of life.

Some of the topics that we will discuss include: eligibility requirements for opening a PA ABLE account, the federal and state tax benefits of PA ABLE, and how PA ABLE account interacts with current benefits.

Register Here


PA Bureau of Special Education Annual Conference - HYBRID FORMAT
March 2 - 4, 2022 

The 2022 PDE Conference will feature sessions on Attracting, Preparing, and Retaining Special Education Personnel. The Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Bureau of Special Education is excited to kick-off the Attract, Prepare, and Retain (APR) initiative at this year’s annual conference to bring forward the BSE’s commitment to increase and diversify qualified special education professionals in the field. The conference will highlight state and national initiatives to address the critical issues facing Local Education Agencies regarding the attraction, preparation, and retainment of special education personnel.

Learn More & Register Here.


ACRE Basic Certification Training - via Zoom
March 2 - 4, 2022 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM


The Arc of Pennsylvania’s Making Employment Work course is an ACRE Basic Certification Training. To receive certification, participants must attend a 3-day, live webinar training and then complete a self-paced, online curriculum. Completing this certification course will qualify individuals to provide Supported Employment services with Pennsylvania’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and Office of Developmental Programs. Our training combines lessons learned from traditional Supported Employment and Customized Employment techniques.

Register Here. 

The Arc of Pennsylvania's Discovery Training - via Zoom
March 7 - 9, 2022 from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

This 3-day training provides a comprehensive overview of Discovery (an alternative to traditional vocational assessments) and how to complete Discovery. For those seeking to become certified providers of Discovery through Marc Gold and Associates, it is the prerequisite training for certification. Individuals not seeking certification will gain valuable information and insight and may attend as auditors of the course.

This course is for:
Job Coaches and Job Developers, OVR Counselors, Supports Coordinators, Transition Coordinators, School Transition Teams, Parents and Families

Register Here


ACRE Basic Certification Training - via Zoom
March 23 - 25, 2022 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM


The Arc of Pennsylvania’s Making Employment Work course is an ACRE Basic Certification Training. To receive certification, participants must attend a 3-day, live webinar training and then complete a self-paced, online curriculum. Completing this certification course will qualify individuals to provide Supported Employment services with Pennsylvania’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and Office of Developmental Programs. Our training combines lessons learned from traditional Supported Employment and Customized Employment techniques.

Register Here.

 


 

 

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