ConnectABILITY

When leaving home, make sure that all doors and windows are locked – including the garage door. Watch out for people who are just hanging around and seem to be doing nothing, and do not carry large sums of money. …
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The vast majority of people with a developmental disability are supported in whole or in part by their family. In families where the person with a developmental disability is approaching older adulthood, family caregivers are already in their senior years. …
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Taking the time and effort to plan out what the process will look like is a great strategy for setting the stage for successful interactions and excellent outcomes. A planning facilitator will become more comfortable interacting with you and your …
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Selected presentations from a daylong conference focusing on the concerns and support needs of people with a developmental disability who are aging. Held on June 28, 2012 in Toronto. Master of Ceremony: Colin Hamilton The sessions included here are: The …
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Advocating for one’s family or one’s self happens on a daily basis. “Advocacy” can mean many things, but in general, it refers to recognizing something is not right and taking action. Another name for it could be assertiveness. Advocacy simply …
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Fact Sheet

Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder, which becomes evident in early childhood or adolescence between the ages of 2 and 15 years.
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