Woman created inclusive programs for people with disabilities

Lynne M. Allen, a Milwaukee special-services coordinator who died recently at age 60, is remembered for creating programs for people with disabilities that allowed them to do the same things as others. Her work won praise from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. "A lot of things she started will be the model for programs in other places," a colleague said.

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