Cooking class helps students with disabilities become more independent

04/14/2008 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Top Pittsburgh chefs are teaching teens and young adults with disabilities how to slice and dice their way to independent living. "It's one step closer to being self-sufficient for themselves, whether they live at home or in housing," said volunteer Jean Fronzaglio, a former special educator. "And it looks like they're really enjoying the social aspect, the learning aspect and even the eating aspect of it."

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