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Results related to: Student interview of parent / Inclusion
Jackson (4), Autism, Rutherford County
“The one service [ABA] that has been deemed “optional” and thus not eligible for coverage is the one service most vital to Jackson’s progress.”
Christian (0), Tessier cleft lip and palate, Cannon County
“Anything that I can do to make Christian's life better, I want to do.”
Claire (3), Hearing Loss, Davidson County
“Claire’s Law- Newborn Hearing Screening was signed into effect on July 1, 2008 by Governor Bredesen.
Heath (3), Down syndrome, Davidson County
“So while the parent is looking at the individual the government is more concerned about how to pair down the costs.
Eric (23), Down syndrome, Williamson County
“If it doesn’t seem right, I don’t care who’s telling you, if it’s not right, you make it right. You have to make it work. You do whatever you need to do. You need to always understand what your rights are and what your child's rights are, or else you may
get short changed.”
Jessie (8), CHARGE Syndrome, Rutherford County
“In the community and their social circles, Angie feels that Jesse is generally accepted. They are well-supported through their church community and by other homeschooling families who take all three children to home school PE so Angie has a few hours free.
Matthew (11) John Michael (7), Other, Dickson County
“Because the disability is part neurological and part developmental, it’s a piece of a lot of different puzzles. I don’t think that anyone has really studied it enough to know what it is.”