Bobby’s story illustrates the trauma endured by children when a family is wrongfully separated. In Kentucky, Louise, a grandmother in her early 60s, has arthritis and uses a walker. She has had custody of her two-year-old grandson, Bobby, since his birth. When Bobby’s mother was arrested, she was asked if she had any children. She explained that her son lived with her mother. Social workers came to Louise’s house and explained that they were removing Bobby but he could stay three more weeks, until h
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Parents with disabilities face multiple layers of discrimination from the moment they enter the child welfare system. Parents with disabilities, particularly intellectual or psychiatric disabilities, face statutes that allow the state to presume unfitness solely on the basis of their disability and to use the disability to justify intervention into the family and TPR. Moreover, while some state termination statutes require evidence of a link between disability and detriment to the child before TPR, the cour