Governments Ignore “Blindingly Obvious” Needs of Disabled Citizens

From the wife of a voter who lived in GPC in 1991: “I took a well-adjusted, happy husband to a place where in two short weeks they traumatized him into
a worthless-feeling, frustrated human being. He came home and cried in fear of what it would be like for him in the future if he could not speak out to
communicate. He cried the next day for those he left behind. He did not dare complain while at George Pearson for fear that those who took care of him
would make it worse. That’s an unspoken understanding all patients realize very soon.”