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Developmental Disabilities in the News
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Program Helps Individuals Feel Like They Belong
Edwin and Donna, a mentor.
Belonging is defined as "acceptance as a natural member or part." For far too long,
many individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities have not had the opportunity to feel accepted or believe that they truly belonged in their communities
-- something that so many of us take for granted each day.
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