Wants to see sheltered housing village established on Island
One of the Tynwald Day petitioners is calling for support to help those with learning disabilities live a "meaningful life".
Paula is asking for the introduction of a sheltered housing village with shops, a cafe and a community centre, allowing those with developmental issues to work and integrated.
The annual Tynwald ceremony gives petitioners a chance to ask the Island's parliament to change or introduce a law, fixing a perceived problem.
Nineteen petitioners came forward this year, the highest number in recent years and possibly a record figure.
She says the Isle of Man's definition of a learning disability, someone with an IQ below 70, is too narrow.