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Housing developmentally disabled adults with their own families is also the least expensive option for the government.
Brady’s dear pal Lane Scott, sidelined from rodeo and developmentally disabled by an even worse injury, appears as himself.
The festivities kick off on Tuesday at the Charles River Center, a Needham organization that serves developmentally disabled individuals and is one of the winners.
Founded in 2004, Project Onward works with mentally or developmentally disabled artists to provide professional guidance and opportunities to help advance their careers.
In the latest in a series of steps to right its reputation, a troubled San Francisco charity is conducting a closet clean-out to raise money to reopen its shuttered group homes for the developmentally disabled.
In a rare Saturday session, the General Assembly approved two major bills that prevent a threatened union strike Monday by workers who care for the developmentally disabled and provide assistance to Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations.
In addition to working on aid projects in Nigeria and Nicaragua, Nessralla, 30, tutors high school kids and has volunteered at Best Buddies, a charity for the developmentally disabled; his buddy is a 60-year-old named Kevin.
Schaeffer lives in Rochester, New York, and spent the last decade managing a home for developmentally disabled adults.
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