“Someone once told me, and I think it’s true, that when you face the fact that you have a child who had disabled; first it’s denial. No, no. This can’t be. And then secondly it’s acceptance. And then it’s, well what do I do? Now what do I do? And then fourth, well what can I do to help others in this position?
Parent/advocate Charlotte Twadell has spent over 50 years advocating for her daughter Beverly, and for Pennsylvanians with disabilities. We hope you’ll be as inspired by her story as we are!