Club helps students with disabilities bridge social gaps

Students with disabilities are becoming a bigger part of a Kentucky school's social life, thanks to a club that seeks to bridge social gaps for such students. The club uses a peer-buddy model in which peers who do not have disabilities help facilitate social interactions, and the culture of inclusion is spreading to the entire school and social events, including homecoming.

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