BELFAST, Maine — When Patricia Saucier was a teenager, she felt as if her life story would be defined by what she could not do.
As a child, she was diagnosed with an intellectual disability. By the time she was 16, her parents signed her up to receive Supplemental Security Income from the government. They wanted to make sure she would be financially OK, but it made her feel different — and not in a good way.
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