Forrest Sargent, 26, walks home from his job with Sam Melton, co-manager of the adult rehabilitation program, at the Fircrest School in Shoreline. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

‘I’m terrified’: Fight over Fircrest School divides families of people with developmental disabilities

For developmentally disabled people, integration into the community is considered a civil right. But what if an institution is the safest place? A new attempt by Washington state lawmakers to close Fircrest School — and reap millions from the property — shows why families are bitterly divided.  VIEW

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