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Do Parents Have the Right to Refuse Psychiatric Drugging of Their Kids?

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After Sheila Matthews had her own personal experience with coercion by the education system to label and drug her child, she teamed up with another mother, Patricia Weathers, to found the non-profit organization AbleChild – a national parent’s rights organization, dedicated to protecting full informed consent and the right to refuse psychiatric services.

Ms. Matthews is a resident of Connecticut and in 2001, she was the first mother to successfully testify on behalf of the first state law in the United States prohibiting school personnel from recommending psychotropic drugs to parents.  She continues nationwide participation in conferences and seminars and testifies on the federal level on behalf of AbleChild and the families who need AbleChild services.

She has been featured on a number of high profile media outlets, including CNN, FOX, Time Magazine as well as numerous radio stations throughout the country.

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