Should policy-directed “best outcomes” from government officials and advocacy groups reduce, rather than enhance, choice for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)—and sometimes trap them in unsafe, hostile environments?
I have been reading the proposed changes to North Carolina’s Innovations waiver services and supports, which are designed for individuals … More
I opened my talk at the 2019 HANd Autism & Neurodiversity Conference, themed as “My Autism Journey—Various Perspectives,” in this way, … More
Most of us tend to interpret the world in ways that validate the choices we’ve made and confirm our rightness. … More