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A Room With A Grim View: The 'Ambient Despair' That Marks Life in Assisted Living

July 2012


After entering an assisted living facility at age fifty-three because of young-onset Parkinson’s, an observer-advocate contemplates the dire need for long-term care reform.

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“Disability rights are basic human rights, not special rights.  Persons with disabilities have the same rights as all people to non-discrimination, access, equality of opportunity, inclusion and full

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