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Dunakin v. Lashway and Teeter, No. 2:14-cv-00567-JLR, is a class action lawsuit filed in the Western District Court of Washington, for nursing facility residents with intellectual disabilities and...
As became clear in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, disaster response is unfortunately not adequate to meet the need. This became especially disturbing when many people with disabilities were abandoned...
Employment supports should empower individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to meet others in the community, discover new potential, develop useful skills and acquire resources to...
Everyone has the right to live a life free from abuse, neglect and exploitation. Yet, people with disabilities are at greater risk of and experience a higher rate of violence, abuse, neglect or...
DRW has monitored Washington State facilities serving people with developmental disabilities since the 1970s. As the designated protection and advocacy system for Washington State, federal law...
Living at home in the community of your choice is a big part of the American Dream. For many older adults and people with disabilities, the only thing preventing them from fulfilling that dream is...
The State of Washington recognizes the importance of educating youth about disability history through its enactment of a state law establishing October as Disability History Awareness Month. This Act...
The documentary "Questions of Discrimination" portrays national and state disability advocates discussing the impact these questions have on applicants and diversity in the legal profession.
No one...
Because of a lack of accessible curb cuts, people with mobility disabilities cannot equally and safely enjoy a city.
Parents with disabilities, no less than other parents, have a fundamental liberty to have and raise children. Frequently, low expectations and a limited understanding of effective parenting skills or...

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