If Necessary, Consider a Move for Your Young Adult

Since transitioning to a larger community and into a sheltered workshop, our daughter has made many friends and has been accepted by many within that community. About 10 years after the transition, and with help from the Abilities Council, she got a full-time job. Through that job she has made acquaintance with many people and is greeted by them on the street as well as in her workplace. She feels like she belongs,just like others, in her community. This is far, far from our expectations forher future, while she was growing up in our local community.

Helen, SK

CATEGORIES: Rural Living, Stories

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