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Turning18.org is a new resource that offers guidance to parents of teens with developmental disabilities who are nearing adulthood:

This is a free resource to educate families on their legal options as their children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other intellectual and developmental disabilities become legal adults.

The site guides users through the three different possibilities for maintaining some decision making authority for their developmentally disabled child. 


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