Creating a culture of inclusion

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The Special Olympics are over and the athletes have gone home with medals and memories. Thank you to the local cities and businesses involved in hosting teams as well as the thousands of volunteers who are still aglow from working with individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID).
Unfortunately, the reality of life back at home for these athletes is a far cry from the cheering spectators in the stands. Around the world, and in our very own backyard, people with ID face extraordinarily high l...

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