Advocacy aimed at public policy initiatives have broad, long-term goals. “People with disabilities want to live, learn, work, pay taxes, and be productive and fully included in their communities.” Continue reading April A to Z Blogging Challenge: Public Policy
Imagine it, someone else makes all of your decisions: where you live, who you live with, and what your daily routine entails. This person might be a family member, but in most cases everything from the choices available to you to the final decisions made are governed by someone you don’t know.
Someone who doesn’t even know you controls your life.
Continue reading Perspective – Life in a Group Home