Mass. high school provides space for students to learn life skills

12/19/2013 | Amherst Bulletin (Mass.)

Students with significant developmental disabilities at a high school in Massachusetts are learning key life skills without having to leave the school building. Students in the school's life-skills program learn various skills -- from baking to cleaning to social communication -- in a recently renovated space that also includes a suite of classrooms, therapy rooms and kitchen.

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