By Inc. BarCharts
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Her lament echoes that of a private service provider quoted by Scheerenberger (1983: 111): ‘I feel real sorry for new providers trying to figure it all out. ’ A heterogeneous group of people is drawn together by an arbitrary social label that emphasises their marginal social position. Victims of a self-fulfilling prophecy, they are not supposed to be productive, so they are not given the opportunity to be productive, and thus are stigmatised (or patronised) as helpless, fit mainly to be the objects of public charity.
The important questions in this respect are: • Who defines what is ‘normal’? • In whose interests? • Where does the promotion of normalisation become the persecution (behaviour modification) of non-conformity? • What happens if people with intellectual disabilities do not want to live independent lives in the community? • What happens if they do not want to conform to locally normativelyvalued patterns of behaviour? These questions suggest the possibility of a sting in equality’s tail: relatively equal access to valued goods and conditions of life may be implicitly conditional upon fitting in to a ‘normal’ lifestyle or way of life.
But the conflicts in his life – even those of his own creation – reveal someone of greater depth and ability than simple labels suggest. Beth Logan Beth, a twenty-eight-year-old white woman, lives at an MF home. She is the youngest child of a well-to-do couple – he a local television personality, she an attorney – who have made sizeable financial contributions to the Foundation. Mrs Logan suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and her worsening condition led her husband to settle Beth with MF two years ago, a step he had hoped to delay for at least ten years.
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