Students establish summer program for others with special needs

08/9/2010 | NewsAndTribune.com (Ind.)

A group of young adults in Indiana started a summer program to help students with disabilities socialize and gain independent skills. "We want to keep them active and busy and prepare them for life after high school," the program's founder said. Classes in art and music complemented lessons in practical skills such as cooking and kitchen safety.

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