I sit here in the cafeteria of my son’s old elementary school at 6:45 at night. There are three lunch tables set out by a very kind and helpful janitor. 684 more words
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I was listening to a story recently of a woman who became pregnant with her first child when she was just 16. My mouth sat open wide as she explained how hard she had to fight to keep her baby, being a “good Catholic girl” in the 1960s. 1,326 more words
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Mainstream conversations about reproductive rights often revolve around the right to not have children, especially in the wake of anti-choice restrictions sweeping the country. However, there’s another issue that many overlook: the right to have children, and the right to keep them once they’re born.
After searching high and low, I was unable to find a website that explains any controversy about Adult Day Training (ADT) programs. From what I have found from my own experience with some of my clients and the ADT programs they have attended are that there are some issues with the curriculum. 424 more words