via TN Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities When you enter the Christ Church YMCA in Nashville, Sandra is the first person you see! She’s ready and waiting to scan people in and answer any questions they might have. She takes pride... Continue Reading
via Intellectual Disability Nowadays, people with intellectual disabilities live much longer than they did in the past, with the result that there is also an expanding population of elderly parents who are continuing to care for a son or daughter well into old age. Read more here.