Winnipeg man living with disability ‘aged out’ of support services

CBC News | December 7, 2016, Written by Donna Carreiro

A Winnipeg man living with cerebral palsy says he is both too old and too smart to access support services he once had as a minor — and that’s why he’s filed a human rights complaint against both Manitoba Health and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

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Tyson Sylvester, 21, no longer has access to support services provided to him before he turned 18.

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