Businesses like this provide opportunities for an under-served population — to the benefit of all
Twenty-two year-old Anna is one such employee. Her father described how her work at the restaurant has helped her develop her self-confidence and grow as a person. He told The Tribune, “She’s gained autonomy. When she comes home from work, she is happy, proud of what she’s done.”
After struggling to get by during economic troubles in 2013, the restaurant is back on its feet and cooking up plans for a second restaurant to provide more opportunities for those with disabilities.
You can find out more in the video below.
This restaurant hires people who have Down Syndrome and other disabilities
Geplaatst door In The Know Food op Zondag 3 juni 2018
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