“I’m no follower, I’m a trendsetter”
I made the mistake of trying to have my adult disabled son live in a group home. If a resident had his jeans on backward, this is exactly how they went out. Staff are also addicted to “WalMart therapy” meaning they drag these folks around WalMart and then mark it down as recreational/community inclusion activities. The vibe I am getting is that Backpack Boy is the one in charge, and the two other men are his victims.
That is terrible! I’m so sorry that happened to your son. I must be terribly naive because I am constantly shocked by the way people treat each other, especially people they are supposed to be caring for!
Wardrobe malfunctions are the least of it!
I’m sorry you had a bad experience, but I work in a residence for adults with special needs and we would never ever let a client out with his clothes like that, nor would we just drag them around a supermarket and use that as a social or community activity. Please don’t tar us all with the same brush. I’d encourage you to make a report about the residence you experienced
It was only after Gurn miraculously walked from the traffic accident to the 7-11 to get help that he understood how serious his spinal injury was.
At least he’s wearing pants.
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