Massachusetts Eases IQ Eligibility for State Services

Advocates for people with developmental disabilities are hailing a decision by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to prevent the state Department of Developmental Services from automatically denying eligibility to people scoring above 70 on IQ tests.
January 11, 2013
 

Advocates for people with developmental disabilities are hailing a decision by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to prevent the state Department of Developmental Services from automatically denying eligibility to people scoring above 70 on IQ tests.

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