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Real Stories, Real People is a website containing photo essays about individuals living with Developmental Disabilities and their families. Christine is 23 now. Attending The Community School in...
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Navigating the mental health care system can be frustrating and overwhelming for patients. Not only must consumers face the daunting task of trying to find available local resources while also...
2015/03/02 20:20
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Althea Penepent (right) with her daughter-in-law Jeanne and daughter Valerie. Mrs. Penepent is speaking out on the need for expanded services for people with Developmental Disabilities in New York...
2015/03/02 18:47
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An artist’s rendering shows plans for The Villages at Noah’s Landing, a gated community specifically designed for people with Developmental Disabilities. (Facebook) LAKELAND, Fla. — Much of the money...
2015/03/02 18:39
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LONDON ONT. A London, Ont., jury has found a school board failed in its response to the sexual assault of a female student with a developmental disability in a high school washroom five years...
2015/03/02 18:05
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EXCITEMENT IN SPORTS AND MUSIC What excitement reigned when the Golden State Warriors donned Chinese New Year uniforms for the first time ever at a home game in Oakland’s Oracle Arena February 20 to...
2015/03/02 17:52
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The Shawnee County Commission Monday approved a $127,000 budget to appraise and acquire easements necessary to replace the Willard Bridge over the Kansas River. Commissioners Kevin Cook, Shelly...
2015/03/02 16:56
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Updated: 03/02/2015 10:32 AM Created: 03/02/2015 10:31 AM WDIO.com By: DANA FERGUSON, Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Gov. Scott Walker's proposed cuts to programs that help people with...
2015/03/02 15:19
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Conservation land purchases, beer growlers, tax cuts, guns on state university campuses, medical marijuana and even where transgender people can go to the bathroom will all be issues that will come up...
2015/03/02 06:26
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Services to infants and toddlers in Highlands County’s Early Steps’ programs won’t be affected by budgeting shortfalls with the Florida Department of Health. Programs in other parts of the state saw...
2015/03/02 05:42
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In conjunction, Wednesday has been designated a "Spread the Word to Stop the Word Day," a national campaign to encourage people to pledge to stop using the word retard or retarded. Westbrook Health...
2015/03/02 05:29
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What follows is an account taken from court transcripts and exhibits, as well as interviews with the Star. Because of a court-ordered ban on publishing information that would identify the students...
2015/03/02 04:43
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MONROE — Footings Inc., the troubled Monroe agency that served people with Developmental Disabilities before it was forced to surrender its operating license in October, has filed for bankruptcy. Ron...
2015/03/01 16:38
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Three Blaine residents with a thirst for volunteering will be appointed to city commissions that advise the Blaine City Council on matters ranging from whether a commercial development has enough...
2015/03/01 11:00
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Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux proclaimed April 2015 as “Autism Awareness Month” at City Hall Monday night. Mayor Arceneaux presented a proclamation to Jamie Tindle, Executive Director of Families...
2015/03/01 06:56
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DEAR EDITOR: I have thought often of a WWII story. American GI's were ordered to lead German civilians into a concentration camp. They wanted them to witness the atrocities. Going in, the civilians...
2015/03/01 06:56
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Saturday she was among dozens of parents, siblings and friends of residents at the Youngstown Development Center picketing in a fight to keep the facility open. Krivanek, 83, of Champion, said she...
2015/03/01 05:01
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The City of Sculpture will see more vibrant offerings in its downtown core once several art businesses open by the end of 2015. While the upcoming opening of Artspace Hamilton Lofts is at the...
2015/02/28 23:35
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The Rosewood Miracle Workers Aktion Club toured the Shafer Art Gallery at Barton Community College on Feb. 13. Shafter Gallery Director Dave Barnes helped members identify pieces of artwork that they...
2015/02/28 23:33
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Museum of disABILITY History will host “Out of the Shadows: Join the Conversation,” a two-day event that takes a close look at the lives and contributions of writers with disabilities at the museum...
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