Intellectual disability

Johnson was killed while recovering from COVID-19, which medical experts say may have made the lethal injection execution process torturous.
The Department of Justice is investigating whether experiments, including “sexual arousal studies,” were performed on residents.
Civil rights officials are looking into possible human experiments conducted at Glenwood Resource Center.
The Democratic presidential candidate is speaking out about the incident, saying she didn't hear the man's full statement.
Colin Jost mocks president's flag-hug as something mentally challenged Lennie in Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men" would do.
Americans deserve a Supreme Court justice who rejects the notion of forced abortions and other elective procedures without getting input from the patient first.
I'm not simply blowing off steam when I say that Ben's autism is a destructive disorder that we hate. How could we NOT hate it? It has kept Ben from being able to live with his family, even in the same state, since he was 12, because his needs are so great.
For decades, the media has focused on the Kennedy family's shame about Rosemary. It was alluded to in the article and in so many articles and television shows about her life. I would like to help refocus Rosemary's story into an impactful one that helped so many future babies, children and adults.
On a recent Sunday morning I was blown away by a radio interview of Jean Vanier and his L'Arche Movement. I had never before heard about this humanist and his epic movement where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and share their lives together as peers.