Teens with disabilities socialize through peer-mentoring program

12/25/2013 | MySuburbanLife.com (Chicago area)

Students with disabilities participating in a peer-buddy program at a high school in Illinois are taking part in a range of social activities, including bowling, sporting events and dances. "Sentinel Buddiez is a way for our students to get to know peers within the building and develop relationships with peers in the building," special-education teacher Laura Zacharski said.

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