Honoring Eunice Kennedy Shriver's legacy in intellectual disability.

  title={Honoring Eunice Kennedy Shriver's legacy in intellectual disability.},
  author={David L Braddock},
  journal={Intellectual and developmental disabilities},
  volume={48 1},
An entire book needs to be written to do justice to the many achievements of Eunice Kennedy Shriver in philanthropy, public policy leadership, and the International Special Olympics movement. However, my task here is to briefly highlight Mrs. Shriver’s most significant and lasting achievements in the field of intellectual disability as they relate to these three spheres of activity. Her striking achievements, spanning more than 50 years, involved formidable challenges and changed the field of… CONTINUE READING

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