I want to advocate for children with disabilities, so they don’t get left out on the playground . . . . I want there to be greater awareness. There are still places in Fauquier County that are not accessible to people with disabilities.
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graybeard · June 25, 2015 at 9:11 am
Ms Angie is correct on the public transportation in the county. As a wheelchair user myself, I rode the circuit rider to and from Fauquier Hospital in 2005 for my physical therapy. Sometimes the bus just wouldn't show up, and then it was on you to find a way home. Not fun. The county is slowly getting it as far as public accessibility, but housing is nowhere near accommodating. I had to have my house renovated to be able to live in it. Finding an option elsewhere in the county isn't gonna happen.