A Young Adult’s Exploration of Advocacy, Agency and Adulthood
and parent advocate Robert Rummel-Hudson, author of Schuyler’s Monster (St.
Martin’s Press, 2008) is joined by his daughter Schuyler, a recent high school
graduate who uses assistive speech and has begun an employment internship with
Baylor Scott & White Hospital. Together they examine Schuyler’s journey
through public school, implementation of her assistive technology, and the
larger issues surrounding employment opportunity, social integration and
building a truly inclusive society.