A celebration of some of our clients’ victories
Please note: Names have been changed to protect the identities of our clients.
When Ben’s mom called DRNC, it seemed impossible to get him back in school, learning and making friends. Ben had just been placed on homebound by his school a second year in a row. He was middle school student with
A new North Carolina law, Raise the Age, keeps 16 and 17-year-old kids with disabilities in the juvenile court system where they have access to much-needed educational and behavioral resources. DRNC recently advocated to help non-violent 16 and 17-year-old offenders
Resilient. That’s the word that comes to mind when I am in the presence of Evelyn, Anthony and Anthony Carson, Jr. The Carson family knows a little more than most about adversity. Evelyn, born with a rare bone disease, says
Ashley never had a chance to be independent. Due to her disabilities, Ashley’s grandmother petitioned for guardianship as soon as she turned 18. She believed that Ashley couldn’t take care of herself. After her grandmother passed away, Ashley’s aunt took