A collection of stories from individuals with disabilities, families, friends, and disability service providers in Tennessee
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Results related to: 36 to 59 years / Intellectual Disability
“There was no support for children with disabilities at the time of John Mark’s diagnoses.
“My biggest complaint is that people like us need help. Whenever they [policymakers] go to cut that budget it’s always the people with disabilities who get hurt by it. They’re the ones that need it. They can’t do for themselves. I don’t think that’s right.”
“We knew our sons needed to live apart from us before it was a forced event. ”
“We only found out when my mother died and my brother came to Nashville to live with my brother that he had an intellectual disability.