Programs Adapt To Reach Out To Students With Disabilities

 In #zerobarriers, Freedom Friday
Photo of Rochel Kaltmann, far left, offers Karissa Pleasant, 18, and her siblings items to buy at the LifeTown on the Go! store, which came to Karissa's home. A small model town is set up on the sidewalk, complete with cardboard buildings and a street constructed of paper and yellow stripes. Photo credit: Fred Squillante/The Columbus Dispatch/TNS

Rochel Kaltmann, far left, offers Karissa Pleasant, 18, and her siblings items to buy at the LifeTown on the Go! store, which came to Karissa’s home. (Fred Squillante/The Columbus Dispatch/TNS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When schools were closed to face to face instruction due to COVID-19, programs supporting students with disabilities needed to adapt.  One program hit the road, and brings the program to the students in need. With social distancing practices of course.  Check out this story on Disability Scoop.

If you are struggling to find programs to support your student over the summer please call Freedom Resource Center at 1-800-450-0459 or visit us at freedomrc.org.

 

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