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

It Took Abandonment in Tennesee to Get State Help for Algonquin Young Adult with Development Disabilities

Yesterday I heard a brief story on WBBM radio that said Tennessee had passed a bill that would make abandonment of an adult child with developmental disabilities a felony. I’ve searched for reference to the legislation, but cannot find anything. … Continue reading