Pittsburgh parents create mobility and independence classes

02/26/2010 | WTAE-TV (Pittsburgh)

A group of Pittsburgh parents who have children with disabilities have created their own school to help children improve their mobility and become more independent. Steps to Independence offers conductive-education classes for students of varying disabilities, and organizers hope to expand the program into public schools throughout the state.

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