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Institutionalization as a Form of Discrimination

  • September 24, 2014
  • BakerLaw
  • Comments Off on Institutionalization as a Form of Discrimination

Too often, people with disabilities are forced to move into an institution in order to receive the health care they require. These institutions are isolated from the community, and deprive many people with disabilities of the ability to participate in public and community life. » Read the rest