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Tag Archives: parental rights
It takes a village: Kinship Care Month
Generally speaking, a child with or without disabilities may be raised by one or both parents. However, there may be life circumstances such as the death of one or both parents, or if one or both parents are either financially, … Continue reading
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New Pub: reSearch: Custodial and Parental Rights of Individuals with Disabilities.
We just posted our most recent edition of reSearch, our semi-monthly collection of project and document abstracts based on real-world queries from our patrons. This issue focuses on the parental/custodial rights of people with disabilities. It includes more than 25 … Continue reading
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