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Under the programs, Helpers Bazaar, another resale shop run by Helpers at Ghirardelli Square, is staffed by adults with developmental disabilities and offers for sale art created by the developmentally disabled.
The grandmother told the ship’s doctor that the teenager is developmentally disabled, with the mental capacity of a 12-year-old, records show.
The facility specializes in care for the advanced aged, developmentally disabled, emotionally disturbed, mentally ill and people with irreversible dementia and Alzheimer's, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
The program aims to help developmentally disabled students form friendships with their peers, integrate into the workforce, and participate in leadership opportunities.
In addition to his work, Dr. Anderson provided music therapy for the developmentally disabled at the old Rosewood Center in Owings Mills, and sign language for the hearing impaired.
Some characters, like a developmentally disabled teenage boy who spends his days pretending to be a trolley conductor, never leave the shantytown; others, like a jobless father and his young son, venture into the city to beg for food.
The child was developmentally disabled, according to a Cleveland police spokesperson.
Fraud, Miner Road: A resident reported Jan. 3 an employee working at a group home fraudulently used three credit cards belonging to developmentally disabled residents.
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