Students with disabilities from a Florida high school recently worked with volunteers at a local hospital, learning some of the skills needed to work in the health care field. This was among a series of job-shadowing events the school has scheduled as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. "It's important so that these employers can see these kids and realize the abilities that they have," program organizer Susan Brady said. "It's important for these kids to see what kinds of jobs are out there."
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