Self-Determination for Disabled People U.S. News and World Report senior writer Joseph Shapiro reports on a new model of providing government assistance for the severely disabled. Called self-determination, it allows disabled people a much greater role in making decisions about their own care. Find out how a pair of twin sisters used self-determination to reunite after years of separation.
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Self-Determination for Disabled People

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Self-Determination for Disabled People

Self-Determination for Disabled People

Self-Determination for Disabled People

Only Available in Archive Formats.

U.S. News and World Report senior writer Joseph Shapiro reports on a new model of providing government assistance for the severely disabled. Called self-determination, it allows disabled people a much greater role in making decisions about their own care. Find out how a pair of twin sisters used self-determination to reunite after years of separation.

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