From the Webster Post:

Through a state grant, CDS Monarch recently partnered with The Community Place, Ibero-American Action League and Urban League of Rochester to develop a 12-week transition class to help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn the skills necessary to move into their own apartment or home and be successful.

“The model of care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities is shifting,” said Sankar Sewnauth, CDS Life Transitions president and CEO. “The state is moving away from traditional settings. To prepare for this shift, these classes help people with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn the skills necessary to become successful members of their communities.”

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