Illinois’ Lack of Care for Developmentally Disabled Adults Horrible

Yesterday, I published a column by attorney William Choslovsky about the Algonquin mom who, after researching how various states treated developmentally disabled adults, decided that Tennessee provided the best care. She drove her 19-year old daughter, whom she was unable … Continue reading

Long-Term vs. Community Care: Illinois Worst in USA in Serving Adults in Community Settings

When I was the Republican Spokesman on the Illinois House Appropriations Committee that handled the budget for the Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, one of my goals was to get at least 50% of the money into community … Continue reading