February 2023 Articles
Credit: Meghan Eckman for NPR
Study finds autism rates have tripled among young kids: What to know
Study: Event with Fivefold Increase, Autism Still Likely Undercounted
Grothman's Bill to Expand Workplace Choice for Individuals with Disabilities
Lawmakers Revice Effort to Prop Up Disability Services
Pediatricians Get Guidance on Hospitalizes Teens with IDD
Would cameras make group homes for disabled people safer? Debate rages over privacy.
Felon accused of posing as therapist at Michigan autism treatment center ordered to trial
For Centuries, A Small Town Has Embraced Strangers With Mental Illness
Big Changes Coming to Medicaid Disability Services as Public Health Emergency Ends
Staffing shortage takes a toll
Bill creating group studying IDD in criminal justice system passes W.Va. Senate
Texans with mental illnesses are dying in Houston-area jails. They didn’t need to be there.
A young man with autism has lived for months in a Reno hospital. He's not sick. He has nowhere else to go
NJ group homes have a staffing crisis. Can cameras and 'remote care' fill the gaps?
Commentary: Direct-care vacancies put vulnerable New Yorkers at risk