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In Debate Over Institutions, Residents Rarely Heard

In spite of her severe cerebral palsy, Wendy English can make her own legal decisions, vote in local and national elections, and communicate with the help of a specially programmed iPad that utters phrases she has chosen when she taps the screen.

But she can’t control the thing she deems most important to her life: the decision to remain in her longtime home. Click here to read more:  http://www.disabilityscoop.com/2014/07/16/in-institutions-residents/19517/

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