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A recent unpublished Appellate Division decision is worthy of attention and praise because it righted a cruel adjudication by an administrative agency and in doing so hopefully ameliorated the approach of that agency to similar future cases. The court reversed a decision of the Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services (the Division), an agency within the Department of Human Services, which denied full-time care to a severely disabled individual who indisputably required that highest level of care. It is not often that one can read a description of a disability and know without any doubt the level of care required. This is such a case.

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