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Treatment of the emotionally and mentally handicapped has changed dramatically over the years Back in the 1930s and beyond there were really not that many handicapped mentally or emotionally around in the class room Normally back in the 1930 if there was a child that was born with a disorder mentally or emotionally those children were shipped off to institution were they would never see there real parents again The parents were to forget that they had ever had a child and move on with their lives Others took their own route The parents that could not bare to see their children taken from them they would basically lock the child up in the house and not let it out or just keep him her from interacting with other kidspeople Now there are so many different options for mentally and emotionally challenged children and adults There are now special homes called Group homes These homes allow adults with a handicap to all live together and work together and take some responsibility for themselves One Project called project LIFE Operates a supportive community for the handicapped They operate sixty apartments in Manhattan and the Bronx for seventy-two persons with developmental disabilities Project LIFE But when investigated the houses were totally not suitable for these people to live in There were cases of rotting wood failure to document violence failure to document progress of ones self-life and how progress was coming So along with the good thought of Group project homes these homes have to be taken care of otherwise they do no good Now in the 1990s there have bee so many improvement for the rights of the mentally and emotionally handicapped people Take high school for example With in our school there are many additions to allow for these kids to come and learn to the best of their ability Also they get to interact with kids and get experience of the real world
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