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shared courtesy of The Philadelphia Inquirer Pennsylvania- Michael Swainson, 47, is a very independent adult. He also is a client of a program that helps people with intellectual disabilities manage for themselves as much as possible in the homes and communities of their choice. Swainson rents his own apartment and works at a Philadelphia store...
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shared courtesy of The Columbus Dispatch Ohio- Disability service providers throughout the state have struggled under operational extremes since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, facing overwhelming needs on the residential front but diminished demand for adult-day programs and transportation. People with developmental disabilities, like everyone else, have hunkered down. But more time at home means more...
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shared courtesy of Live 5 News  South Carolina- South Carolina agencies offering disability services are facing unique challenges because of the pandemic. Some of them are are expecting lack of funds, protective gear, or staff. The Georgetown County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs offers a lot of services for people with intellectual disabilities, ranging from...
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