Florida mother is lifelong advocate for people with disabilities

10/27/2009 | Palm Beach Daily News (Fla.)

When Phyllis Hoffman had trouble finding a school near her home in Florida's Palm Beach County that would meet the educational needs of her daughter, Troy, who has severe developmental disabilities, she created her own school that at the height of its existence served some 150 K-12 students with disabilities. After her daughter graduated, Hoffman turned her focus to providing funding to establish an independent living program for people with disabilities.

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