Sometimes tragedy gives birth to social change. Six years ago Ethan Saylor, a young man with Down Syndrome, died in an encounter with law-enforcement. Could adequate training have changed that outcome?Ethan’s mother Patti Saylor thinks so. She tells us about officer training designed to help contacts with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or I-D-Ds. And we meet Lisa Schoenbrodt, a Loyola professor coaching people with I-D-Ds to perform reality scenarios for the trainings and Patrick Chaney, an actor with autism.