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Powerful video presents case for community living in Nova Scotia

KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – Here is a short video, recently released by the  Disability Rights Coalition, that presents the case for community living in Nova Scotia in a powerful way. The video contains strong language and some violence.

Many Nova Scotians with intellectual and physical disabilities continue to live in large institutions against their will, while others are being taken care of by ageing and senior parents. 

What by far the most of them want is to live in their communities, typically in a small option home, with the necessary supports to allow then to live a full life, the kind of life most people take for granted.

See also: Nova Scotians with disabilities want community-based living supports now

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