A great deal of advocacy work has centered on K-12 education. Today advocates are looking at new ways to define education for adults with intellectual disabilities.
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April A to Z Blogging Challenge: Civil Rights
The disability community at large has been fighting for civil rights for decades.
In order to be good advocates today, it’s important to appreciate the hard work that has been done before. Continue reading April A to Z Blogging Challenge: Civil Rights
Missouri Families and Lawmakers Fight to Save Sheltered Workshops
A new Missouri state resolution reaffirms the state’s support of sheltered workshops after disabled people and their families band together to “protect the right to choose sheltered employment as a valuable work choice.”
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