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Variety February Newsletter

 

Spotlight On: Functional Independent Living

In recent years, Variety has developed a strong focus on workforce development for young adults, ages 14-21, with disabilities. However, one of the missing pieces in our services has been the ability to provide life skills programming to help our population prepare to build a home life and live independently. Variety’s newest Functional Independent Living program aims to help individuals gain the necessary skills needed for independence in all aspects of their daily lives.

TO READ MORE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM, VISIT OUR WEBSITE HERE.

 

 

Read the rest of the February Voice of Variety newsletter here.

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