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Lessons learned.There is a fully accepted cultural myth about people with disabilities who live within service systems. That myth shows itself most clearly after an inquest or a newspaper report or a splash on social media about the often violent abuse or the deadly neglect experienced by people with disabilities by the people who are paid to care for them. To be fair, we live in a society that easily 'understands' the murder of a person with a disability by a parent, so society's expectation of care providers isn't a high bar to get over.
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