Illinois looks to develop work opportunities for people with disabilities

06/28/2010 | Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

Officials in Illinois are working to strengthen programs and policies to ensure that more people with disabilities can make a successful transition from school into the community to live independent lives. This article highlights several residents who have developed successful careers, including Michael Roche, who has autism. Roche is an active member of his community and was recognized recently by the Council for Exceptional Children for his success as a member of the workforce.

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Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.)

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