The editorial equating "disabled" with "unqualified" is both factually inaccurate and denigrating to those with disabilities. Published August 29 2012
When Jean had her first child in 2001, "autism" was about the scariest word she could think of. Six years later when her second child was diagnosed with PDD-NOS, a form of autism, she was just happy to have a ...Read More
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