Settlement will allow hundreds to live more independently

03/21/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Hundreds of Massachusetts people with mental and developmental disabilities will move from senior nursing homes to more independent settings in the next four years as the state settles a decade-long lawsuit filed by disability advocates on behalf of some 1,600 residents. "This will accelerate further development of community-based services for people with mental retardation or developmental disabilities," said Jean McGuire, assistant secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Health and Human Services.

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