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January 23, 2011


Daunna Minnich

I, too, am grateful to PBS and the Need to Know program.  Americans cannot care about people or issues they are not exposed to.  

Giving up privacy on TV isn't comfortable, but guarding privacy maintains the status quo.   This PBS story is a gift to families and advocates, a gift we'll want to pass on to governors and legislators who Need to Know.

Sue Keller

Our Developmental Disabilities Coordinator told me on a recent home visit that (due to funding cuts) cases where the parents are dying or are too sick to care for their child with a disability have first priority. So, my son will likely be living with me until I'm dead or in the nursing home. So, I pray that he will always be manageable and reasonably happy and that I will live to a ripe old age........

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