Aging Nova Scotia parents worried by waiting lists for children with disabilities

Chronicle Herald | June 8, 2016

Seventy-four-year-old Marg MacPhee says caring for an adult son with Asperger’s syndrome can mean moments of joy, but the time has come for the Nova Scotia government to ensure he has his own place.

The mother was one of several parents attending a government information session Tuesday night who said their worries are growing over waiting lists for housing of adults with disabilities.

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