I know what it’s like to care for a son with microcephaly. My child is 53 years old By Barbara Altman
Adults with severe developmental disabilities, such as microcephaly are living longer than ever, but the services haven't kept up. As the author of this piece writes, "It is time to reexamine what President Kennedy started and commit the necessary resources to helping — and including — everyone with limitations. They have a wide range of needs that don’t stop when they turn 21.