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I have CP – Cerebral Palsy. It can affect people different ways, but mine is involuntary muscle control on my left side. I was born with CP. Back then, they didn’t have a diagnosis–they told mom and my dad to lock me up in a mental institution. Now we’re so far advanced, and we get...

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How many of you can remember your first apartment and the thrill of moving out into the community? If you're like me, you might recall how exciting it was to venture out and begin making your own decisions. Let me introduce to you someone who is doing just that. James is a brilliant young man...

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Kim is a wonderfully life filled young lady with Downs Syndrome, in her early 30s. She is detailed, intentional, and meticulous and cares about how her world functions and how others receive her. She greatly values commitment, longevity and loyalty in her staff. She came to be an SLS client for Compass in January of...

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We have all heard the phrase “life of the party”. That phrase has never been truer that when we talk about Pablo. Pablo is flamboyant, energetic individual that has so much kindness; it’s hard not to be pulled into his persona when you are near him. Pablo moved just last year from Sacramento and has...

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Scotty moved from his family home to Supportive Living at 21 years old. Having Down Syndrome and Apraxia, which makes it difficult for the brain to communicate with his body, Scotty had never lived away from home. The transition took much preparation. The day his parents left him with his supportive living staff, he was...

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As a young two-year-old, I was abused by my biological mom physically, and I was sexually abused by her boyfriend until I was four years old. Then, I was taken away and put in a foster home, which was a good home. I stayed there until the age of 10 years old. I ended up...

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