Recent Examples of developmentally disabled from the Web
Federal authorities have filed a civil rights charge against a white restaurant manager accused by a developmentally disabled black worker of enslaving and abusing him over a five-year-period at his South Carolina eatery, PEOPLE confirms.
The rare arrest of a developmentally disabled minor in a hospital setting comes as the U.S. toughens immigration enforcement and revokes Obama-era programs granting immunity to undocumented residents who came to the country as children.
The new licenses have greater fraud protections and also include a space to list if the holder is developmentally disabled, a requirement the Legislature passed a couple years ago.
According to the jail's inmate database, he was arrested on suspicion of second-degree rape, indicating force was used, or the victim was incapable of consent due to being physically helpless, mentally incapacitated or developmentally disabled.
About 80 families with caregivers who are intellectually or developmentally disabled are currently being served in specialized programs, according to the agency.
Also that day, Erica Wallace and her 17-year-old developmentally disabled daughter Kiara were found dead with their bodies partially burned in the bathtub of Wallace’s home on Janrick Avenue.
Austin was raised on a dairy farm in upstate New York, earned a master’s degree in public administration and, after giving birth to a disabled son, devoted her early career to advocating for developmentally disabled people.
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