An Oasis of Care for People With Intellectual Disabilities

January 9, 2015 at 7:53 am Leave a comment

LAND-web2-videoSixteenByNine540-v3For years, parents like Ms. Kramer have struggled to find compassionate health care for their adult children with profound disability, among the most medically underserved populations in the country. They are told their children are not welcome: too disruptive in the waiting room, too long in the examining room — beyond the abilities of doctors who have no experience with intellectual disability.

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