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Results related to: 14 to 21 years / Davidson County
Danny (19), Intellectual Disability, Davidson County
“My goal is to work hard and try my best, I think. I want to maybe get a job someday.
Richard (14), Asperger Syndrome, Davidson County
“Un diferente cosa aquí en los Estados Unidos, es de los sordos están mejores que en de donde vive. Y por eso, no me ha regresado porque los sordos aquí son mucho mejores que en México. Y viven mucho mejor.
Maria (18), Blind, Davidson County
“Like any other teenager, she loves her family but eagerly awaits full independence.
Adelai (15), Intellectual Disability, Davidson County
“In terms of educational instruction, Adelai’s IEP was ignored.”
Adelaide (14), Intellectual Disability, Davidson County
“As a strong advocate for justice, Adelaide’s mother believes that there are many improvements that can be made in order to make the lives of children and families of someone with a disability better.”
Morgan (14), Autism, Davidson County
“Morgan and Allison each have something unique to offer the world. As parents, we want to do everything we can to help them reach their potential. Our goals for our daughters may be different, but the dream is the same. We want them both to lead happy and
Rachel (17), Down syndrome, Davidson County
“I wish there was more research on what happens to individuals with a disability once they become adults. It is not very clear what is to be expected after their twenties, and this lack of clarity leaves many families in the dark and scared for their child’s
Leisa (51); Grace (17), Autism, Davidson County
“Tennessee, you see, is a Southern state governed by legislators who do have time to pass laws granting it legal to take home road kill but leave little for those of us struggling to provide for our children with disAbilities.”
Laurie (18), Other, Davidson County
“It was hard for me to fight for her, when she fought me everyday. ”