NYC woman with CP finds independence in her new apartment

11/26/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Shaniqua Freeman, who has cerebral palsy, spent 10 years on a waiting list before getting her own apartment through a New York City Housing Authority program. The United Cerebral Palsy helped Freeman move to her new home, including with grant money to stock up on household goods. She says her goal now is to continue her education.

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