Parents Demand Better Care Than Institutions Can Provide for Vulnerable

SYDNEY, N.S. — In the quiet moments after Myrtle Eveleigh visits her 20-year-old autistic grandson, she sometimes sits in her car and weeps.

Last September, he was locked alone in a constantly lit room at the Braemore adult residential centre in Sydney, N.S., for 15 days with occasional breaks.

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