Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Special eatery employs special workers

Instructor Harriett Silverman, middle, oversees the students working at the K.C. Café. The 12 young adults cook and serve 45 to 60 customers Wednesday through Friday each week.
The K.C. Cafe, set in Pontiac Public Schools' Kennedy Center for special education in Michigan, employs 12 young-adult students who have autism, Down syndrome or other learning challenges. The eatery serves lunch and is open to the public. Detroit Free Press

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