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Massachusetts' longstanding policies to support these youth has been validated by passage of this legislation, as evidenced by our practices: to extend care to youth up to the age of 22; provide state-funded guardianship subsidies to age 22; allow youth who have been discharged from custody after age 18 to return up to age 21, and create, in partnership with youth, individual transition plans tailored to their personal situation.
16% nationwide; -- Flexibility - Generous leave and flex-time policies including individual transition plans for maternity leave (extended to eligibility for 18 paid weeks), paternity leave (eligibility for 10 paid weeks), and expanded in-home elder-care and back-up child care accommodations; -- Ensuring Work/Life Balance - Upon review of the Firm's reduced-hours and flexible work arrangements to ensure consistency across departments, Fried Frank's Work/Life Balance Subcommittee advocated for new supportive policies, including the appointment of a coordinator in the New York and Washington, D.
Identify which residents require drugs that their Medicare prescription drug plan does not include in its formulary, and develop individual transition plans for each resident.
An individual transition plan is developed for each student which usually involves additional postsecondary education/training.
Flexibility -- Individual transition plans for maternity leave (which has been extended to 18 paid weeks), paternity leave (now 10 paid weeks), and elder-care accommodations;