Parents With Disabilities And Family Law

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Guests

Ella Callow, legal program director, National Center for Parents with Disabilities and their Families
Robyn Powell, attorney advisor, National Council on Disability
Linda Spears, vice president of policy and public affairs, Child Welfare League of America

A report from the National Council on Disability finds that parents with physical or mental disabilities have a greater risk of losing custody of their children. The study says that the U.S. legal system needs to provide more support for these parents.

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