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“My father, for us, he’s still a living being, he’s still my father, a friend. Your theory gives us some acceptance. They’re not dead inside; they just can’t express themselves. Coming here now, this is more exciting than going to a place that is clinical.”
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sore thumb,” Sheard says. (Managers would deal with her concern by adding extra workers.)
Inga’s daughter, Rhonda, interjects, saying she’s happy with the program. “It’s a journey,” Rhonda says. “I think in the long run it’s going to be wonderful.”
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