State disabilities council asks for tougher laws, protection for victims and public reporting of investigations

Carolyn Tillman loves her job. Many would consider it thankless. And it is true that most of the people she works with cannot say thank you. Cerebral palsy, epilepsy, brain damage and other conditions can make that impossible. But, she says, in tending to a person’s every need – feeding, bathroom needs, repositioning – you really get to know them.

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