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Westhampton Beach Family Still Fighting District To Integrate Son With Down Syndrome

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Aiden Killoran, a 19-year-old with Down syndrome, has been attempting to be mainstreamed into Westhampton Beach School District since 2015. Denial from administration has led to a multitude of pending lawsuits. KILLORAN FAMILY

Aiden Killoran, a 19-year-old with Down syndrome, has been attempting to be mainstreamed into Westhampton Beach School District since 2015. Denial from administration has led to a multitude of pending lawsuits. KILLORAN FAMILY

Aiden Killoran and his mother, Terrie. KILLORAN FAMILY

Aiden Killoran and his mother, Terrie. KILLORAN FAMILY Killoran Family

Christian Killoran and his son, Aiden, who has Down syndrome, have fought the Westhampton Beach School District with lawsuits since 2015 to allow the now 19-year-old to be integrated into his home district. KILLORAN FAMILY

Christian Killoran and his son, Aiden, who has Down syndrome, have fought the Westhampton Beach School District with lawsuits since 2015 to allow the now 19-year-old to be integrated into his home district. KILLORAN FAMILY Killoran Family

Desirée Keegan on Oct 5, 2021
Aiden Killoran has three more years left to join the Westhampton Beach School District, and on Friday, may have taken one step closer toward achieving that dream. That’s because the... more

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