University helps students with special needs transition to adult life

06/25/2009 | Washington Times, The

Melissa Gurman, 23, who has intellectual disabilities and ADHD, graduated from a Virginia college program and learned to master her fear of public speaking. The residential George Mason University program teaches students basic literacy and math along with life skills and classes in theater, gardening and current events.

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