(NEW ALBANY) - One of Indiana's two remaining state centers for the developmentally disabled closes its doors Friday.
For 32 years, New Albany's Silvercrest Center has been a diagnostic-and-treatment center for children with developmental disabilities.
In the six months since the shutdown was announced, case managers have been working with about 60 families on home and community-based care plans.
The last two kids at the center left Friday.
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