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Autistic Child Receives Proper Educational Support

My daughter, Arienne, was diagnosed with autism when she was 6. She could only talk by shrieking, grunting, and pulling on people. But we were encouraged when a neuropsychiatrist recommended specific educational services to help Arienne learn to communicate.

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Who Benefits from THE CAMPAIGN for Legal Services?

Men, women, and children of all ages, ethnicities, and cultural background who cannot afford to hire an attorney, whose legal rights would otherwise be ignored.

  • the working poor, many of whom work in the Valley's service and manufacturing industries;
  • seniors, nearly 60% of whom have very low income;
  • children, one in seven of whom live in poverty;
  • people with disabilities, many of whom have problems with insurers; and
  • families, 9% of whom live below the federal poverty line. Forty percent of East San José residents live below this level.

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