Education: A Chance at Normality

To any other mother calling her daughter into the house for supper, the girl's reply would have seemed to be that of a spoiled and defiant child. But to Mrs. Genevieve Maclsaac of Boston, it was cause for rejoicing. Not since little Mary was ten months old and damaged her brain in a fall had she been able to say anything more than an unintelligible "Ahhh." Now, out of the blue, she had spoken her first words: "No, I won't."

Mary's small victory came after a year and a half of special training at...

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