Ore. community-transitions program teaches vocational skills

10/19/2013 | Albany Democrat-Herald (Ore.)

A community-transitions program in Albany, Ore., offers work- and life-skills training to students with disabilities who have graduated from local high schools. In the program, which has been in operation for almost 20 years, students ages 18 to 21 perform various tasks in the community, including cleaning parks and working in a community garden.

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