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Doctors are getting a reminder that adolescents with developmental disabilities are interested in sex too and their need for guidance and contraception should not be overlooked.

Vermont closed its last sheltered workshop in 2002. Today, the employment rate of people with developmental disabilities in the New England state is twice the national average.

Children with autism are far less physically active than their typically-developing peers, researchers say.

A growing number of families are struggling to care for aging adults with Down syndrome who also have Alzheimer's disease and are losing hard-won skills.

Federal officials are taking steps to clarify new requirements surrounding Medicaid coverage of autism treatments.

Fewer special education disputes between parents and school districts are escalating to due process hearings, a new government report finds.

A nutrient deficiency that's common among pregnant women could impact the odds of giving birth to a child with autism, researchers say.

No matter which side they're on, the people involved in disability access lawsuits seem to have one thing in common: supreme frustration.

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