Units for disabled youth in Scouts with Disabilities Posted 2 hours ago Most of the scouts who have disabilities who I've met have been members of typical community-based units. I know of one troop in the Houston area that promotes itself as supporting kids with physical or developmental disabilities. Now I see a troop in the Baltimore area with a similar membership base (https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/harford/aegis/cng-ag-xcomm-shucks-free-library-0717-20190717-vgrs34wclvav7o5tgxr7lcpn3y-story.html). Are such units common in scouting? What do you think is better for the individual scout? A unit where the scouts and parents are most capable of understanding and handling issues that such scouts face? Or is it better for the scout to be "mainstreamed" in a typical unit? Thoughts?