Report: Few doctors willing to accommodate adults with disabilities

02/3/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Many adults with disabilities may continue to rely on their pediatricians for medical care because they find it hard to find other physicians comfortable with patients who have disabilities, according to a new Arc of Massachusetts report. Pediatricians receive more training in working with children with disabilities, but have less experience working with adult health issues like heart disease and hypertension.

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