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The Mission Project helps young adults with developmental disabilities have independent lives

July 20, 2021

PARENTS DREAMS COME TRUE. ASK JACK DITCH IF HE LOVES WEHEATR AND HERE’S HIS ANSWER A LOT. ACTUALL A LOT EXACTLY LOVES IT SO MUCH. HE STARTS SHI IN CURRENT CONDITIONS FROM HIS APARTMENT IN MISSION NOW, I SUBMIT THE DATA TO A WEBSITE TRACKING WEATHER CONDITIONS FROM VOLUNTEERS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY AND THAT’S NOT ALL I LRNEDEA A CERTIFICATE AND WEATHER FORECASTING. OMFR PENN STATE UNIVERSITY. IT’S ONE MORE MILE. FOR A YOUNG MAN WITH AUTMIS LIVING AND WORKINGLL A ON HIS OWN AND PART OF THIS PGRAMRO CALLED THE MISSION PROJECT 32 YOUNG ADULTS WITH THAT METAL OR COGNITIVE DISABITILIES ARE PART OF THE MISSION PROJECT A NONPROFIT THAT BEGAN IN 2004. THESE ARE YNGOU ADULTS WITH JOBS WITH APARTMENTS. THE MISSION PROJECT HELPS GET THEM TANDO WORK AND PARENTS AND FAMILY ARE THERE TO HELP EVERY ST EP OF THE WAY. I MEAN, THAT’S THAT’S THE WHOLE POINT SO THEY HEAV FULL INDEPENDENT LIVES. THAT’S JACK’S FATHER JOHN. I HAVE A LOT OF FRIENDSN I IT. SO THAT’S MAINLY WHAT I LIKE. IT’S NOT AN AUTISTIC PERSON. HE’S NOT AN AUTISTIC PERSON. IS JUST SIMPLY SEBOMODY LIKE ANYBODY ELSE WHO HAPPENS TO HAVE AUTISM AND THERE’S A DIFFERENCE THERE WHEN JACK WAS A CHILD DAD WASN’T SURE WHAT HIS SON’S FUTURE WOULD LOOK LIKE BUT NOW HE KNOWS AND THANKS TO THE MISSION PROJECT THE FORECAST HERE