Winchester program gives those with disabilities chance to live a limitless life
Adapt Program focused on helping clients integrate and engage with community
Over 50 adults living in Winchester who have complex intellectual and developmental disabilities call Grafton Health Network, home, and view its staff and each other as family.
“When a client ages out of school at the age of 22, they lose all of their services, all of a sudden they have no more speech therapy, they have no more OT. They have no more school, they really have no where to go,” said Jessica Judd with the Grafton Integrated Health Network.
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