Today, while I wait for Bil's Medicaid Service Coordinator to provide us more information regarding Bil's medication issue and Medicaid (it may take upwards of a week or more for the MSC to research), I received a sad email from Wrightslaw.
Fred Fay, who suffered a spinal cord injury years back when he was 16 and became a pioneering advocate for people with all disabilities, passed away on August 20.
The good news in this is that PBS will premiere a film on his life, Lives Worth Living, on October 27.
This film is advertised to be both a biography of Fred Fay and a documentary about the Disability Rights movement.
Today I also found, in the local library, the HBO movie on Temple Grandin, arguably the most famous person with autism alive today.
Two people who affected our lives-and Bil's, in different ways. Two wonderful films in a month. Can't wait.