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The attacks made her “nervous” and “scared,” and eventually she told her mother.
But her mother had her own problems and didn’t help. “My mom sell me for drugs,” Mary recalled, her lip quivering and eyes swelling with tears before she buried her face in her hands.
• In Ohio, a state reporting system for the developmentally disabled received 2,043 reports of sexual abuse from 2009 to 2014, but fewer than 1 in 4 was substantiated. Department of Justice reported 1.3 million violent crimes against persons with disabilities in the U. Younger people and those with the most severe cognitive disabilities face the highest risk.
ZANESVILLE, Ohio — The red-brick house with an inviting front porch is the home Mary always wanted.
The petite, 33-year-old developmentally disabled woman feels safe in the home she now shares with other disabled women.
The survey, responded to by 7,289 people, is one of the few to quantify the problem.
It found that less than 40 percent reported abuse to authorities, and those who reported it saw an arrest rate of less than 10 percent. Disabled women and men are three times as likely to be raped or sexually assaulted as the general population.
Only a few people knew about the horror she endured.But recently, during a sexuality-and-abuse-awareness class with dozens of other disabled adults, Mary mustered her courage and shot up her hand. Sobbing, she told the instructor, “I want to tell you my story.” Mary’s story, unfortunately, is all too common among some of Ohio’s most vulnerable residents: developmentally and physically disabled children and adults.