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Developing Patterns For Aid To The Aging Retarded And Their Families
It is important to note in the context of our discussion here that, notwithstanding this marked trend, in most of our institutions residents of all ages are still referred to as "boys" and "girls." Yet one of the most important of the "Developing Patterns for Aid to the Aging Retarded and Their Families" I am to discuss with you tonight is the beginning recognition that the older retardate is entitled to adult status....
|Title:||Developing Patterns For Aid To The Aging Retarded And Their Families|
|Creator:||Gunnar Dybwad (author)|
|Source:||Friends of the Samuel Gridley Howe Library and the Dybwad Family|
|Keywords:||Advocacy; Aging; Children; Civil Liberties & Rights; Cognitive Disability; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Family; Government Agencies; Human Rights; Identity; Independent Living; Intelligence; Intelligence Tests; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Medicine & Science; Mental Retardation; Parenting; Policy; Psychiatric Disability; Segregation; Service Organizations; Sexuality; Social Welfare & Communities; Vocational Rehabilitation|
|Note:||Delivered at a conference on "The Outlook for the Adult Retarded" under the auspices of The Woods Schools in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.|