In her first directorial debut, Charlotte Glynn, follows the journey of her younger sister Rachel, a woman with a developmental disability, in her last year of school, as she tries to become an independent adult and move out of her mother's house. But social services for people like Rachel are limited. An honest and beautiful film about family and homage to the funny, difficult and mysterious Rachel, who as it turns out, wants the same things as other young people her age. Don't miss it tonight on America Reframed, a documentary series on PBS World Channel. Stick around after the doc for a great discussion on the red couch with New York Times writer Amy Harmon, and author Susan Senator about neurodiversity, and how individuals, families and communities can help adults with developmental disabilities transition into living on their own. And please tweet me your comments @ndeltoro or @americareframed.