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Adirondack ARC, Helping Families Cope with Developmental Disability, Pt. 1

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Life can be pretty tough for families dealing with developmental disabilities, like Down syndrome or autism. In rural areas, where services and support are often hard to find, the hurdles can seem insurmountable. In this first of a two-part series, Brian Mann profiles a non-profit group that's trying to help. Adirondack ARC serves hundreds of people in the north country, many of them spread out in remote communities.

For further information on programs for the developmentally disabled contact: Parent to Parent of New York State (800-603-6778) and Parent to Parent of Vermont (802-655-5290 or 800-800-4005.)

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