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NEED TO KNOW

Developmentally Disabled Adults and Their Parents

  • Aired: 01/20/2011
  • 16:02
  • Expires: 01/20/2016
  • Rating: NR
Parents of children with severe developmental disabilities often have to fight to get them what they need in life, especially once they become adults. With so many states facing budget crises, it's only getting harder. Need to Know's Maria Hinojosa spent time with families in indiana who fear that the fragile world they've fought hard to build for their kids is about to fall apart.
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Budget cuts impact the most vulnerable.
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