Intellectually Disabled Parents Have the Legal Right and Human Desire to Become Parents
Intellectually disabled parents have the human desire and legal right to become parents, but doesn't a child have the right to a secure and stimulating environment? The film Is Love Enough presents several stories that provide excellent positions for discussion. Discussions that involve human rights issues, intellectually disabled parenting issues, and children's rights issues. The question as to whether love is all that is needed is raised when intellectually disabled parents want to raise their children on their own. This film addresses these issues by providing perspectives from prospective intellectually disabled parents, family members, and social service advocates. The film presents real life views of a challenging issue. The film Is Love Enough features personal stories about individuals that are struggling with their disabilities and their rights. Susan for example, is an intellectually disabled adult whose baby was removed from her care. A social worker, a lawyer, and family members all help Susan fight for her baby.…
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