Residential program focuses on independent-living skills

02/20/2014 | KWMU-FM (St. Louis)

The University of Missouri-St. Louis has started a two-year residential program called SUCCEED to help teach young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities independent-living skills. Students in the program live in dorms, enroll in inclusive classes and participate in on-campus internships. The program was launched in collaboration with the St. Louis Arc.

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